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    I edited the post because I've sold the 34-35 to a enthusiastic Martin soprano fan.

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    Kawika aka PetalumaRescuke is super honest and very easy to work with

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    anymore sopranos for sale?
    Koaloha Opio Acacia Longneck Soprano
    Martin IZ commemorative Tenor
    Pono Acaia Taropatch 8 string
    Loprinzi cherry wood tenor (for sale )
    Southern Cross Banjo Concert ( for sale)

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    Hey Dave, re the Pegheds...the ones on mine are the standard ones I guess. They are very long! Do they make a shorter version, that doesn't stick out so much in the back, and if so, any comments on those?
    John

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    John, I ran across one that was stubbier that looked like it might be for a slot head. I think the ones that are optional on flukes are the ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    Hey Dave, re the Pegheds...the ones on mine are the standard ones I guess. They are very long! Do they make a shorter version, that doesn't stick out so much in the back, and if so, any comments on those?
    I answered my own question: I contacted Magic Fluke, and they told me that the Pegheds they use are custom made for them, and are indeed shorter than standard length Pegheds. You can buy a set of the shorter ones from Magic Fluke.
    John

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    Well it is down to one the 36-41 !M, Another dedicated player snagged the 2M.
    Same price ($300 + Shipping) as it seems fair by the responses I'm getting.
    I'll be shutting down the rescue room for a couple of months.
    More Martins in the Spring.
    Dave

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    The uke PetalumaRescuke just rescued and sold to me is a pure gem, light as a feather, resonant and sweet like vintage Martins specialize in - it has quickly become one of my favorites. I hesitated but am so glad I went for it.

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    You do great work Dave.

    Not only do you restore wonderful older Martin ukuleles, but you then sell them at a price that most players can afford. So they can experience their great sound and playability.

    Spreading the cheer! If only I played sopranos and concerts. I'll have to make do with my Martin 1T.

    Just thought it needed to be said. Kudos to you Dave.
    There is a subtle yet profound difference between the learning of something and the knowing of that thing.
    You can learn by reading, but you don’t begin to know until you begin to try to do.

    —Lou Churchill, Plane & Pilot Magazine

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    What's still available? I'd love to pick one up!

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