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    Default Another Moore Bettah Uke

    I have no relationship to the seller or the instrument. However many of us enjoy Moore Bettah ukes.

    Music Emporium has one listed
    https://themusicemporium.com/new-arr...h-ukulele-used

    https://youtu.be/yb9kxEA3M0s

    It's cute with it's feet shaped cutouts. Enjoy :-)
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    Very cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keenonuke View Post
    I have no relationship to the seller or the instrument. However many of us enjoy Moore Bettah ukes.

    Music Emporium has one listed
    https://themusicemporium.com/new-arr...h-ukulele-used

    https://youtu.be/yb9kxEA3M0s

    It's cute with it's feet shaped cutouts. Enjoy :-)
    That looks like soo much fun! Thank you for posting!

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    Thanks for posting that uke. It's adorable!
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    Did I miss it or did they not bother listing what size it is? Chances are the buyer won’t be playing it much anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim275 View Post
    Did I miss it or did they not bother listing what size it is? Chances are the buyer won’t be playing it much anyway.
    I don’t know why people feel that high end instruments do not get played. I know a few who own such instruments and they do play them. They might not carry it with them everywhere but they do play them.

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    That's a fun one. Thanks for posting it.

    Looks like a tenor?

    I play all of mine, regardless of price, so if I was the buyer, (won't be, since I'm not a tenor player), I'd be playing it as much as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim275 View Post
    Did I miss it or did they not bother listing what size it is? Chances are the buyer won’t be playing it much anyway.
    With one or two notable exceptions, Chuck builds only tenors.

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    FWIW, TME is a very reputable shop. I do not know the owner of that consigned MBE, but I bought a guitar from them a few months ago and they were fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulele Eddie View Post
    FWIW, TME is a very reputable shop. I do not know the owner of that consigned MBE, but I bought a guitar from them a few months ago and they were fantastic.
    I bought a ukulele from TME in the past, and it was the best buying experience I've had. I wouldn't hesitate to buy from them again.

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