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    Quote Originally Posted by eyedoc View Post
    I have a really nice Rebel mango tenor that you can have for $625
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    $920 new
    Thanks, I'll consider, but really looking for spruce or koa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazyliszek View Post
    I cannot find the ebay tenor. Maybe it's a concert model.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/133299386648

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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin666 View Post
    Seller says in the description it's a super concert. So close.

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    The Kanile'a tenor model is: K-1T

    I sold a mint condition one last year for $800. It was priced to sell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn2018 View Post
    The Kanile'a tenor model is: K-1T

    I sold a mint condition one last year for $800. It was priced to sell.
    That's a very good price. It's a waiting game

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    Thats a great deal on that rebal. I would certainly consider it. You said you are wanting spruce or koa. Both are pretty different than one another. I would guess that mango would be a great compromise. Especially with the lighter build they use compared to most. Just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by counsel1 View Post
    You should buy this one-- before someone else does--
    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com...ar-Ebony-Tenor
    Ditto on that. If tone is #1 & value #2, it'll be hard to beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubeistan View Post
    Ditto on that. If tone is #1 & value #2, it'll be hard to beat.
    I'll wait. Patience is a virtue after all.

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    I have a Ko'Aloha Opio Spruce/Acacia tenor I'll sell for $500. Including an UkeCrazy semi-hard case.

    It's in excellent condition. With a few very faint strum marks. I did put my favorite Living Waters High-G strings on it. New they go for $750.

    Has black strap buttons at the heel and butt.

    I'm the second owner. I purchased it from a member July 2019. He purchased it from Mim. Shortly after I pulled the trigger, I had a great opportunity to purchase a high end tenor. As a result, I just haven't played this one much at all. Maybe an hour total playing time. After the new strings settled in.

    No sense having it just sit in its case unplayed.
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn2018 View Post
    I have a Ko'Aloha Opio Spruce/Acacia tenor I'll sell for $500. Including an UkeCrazy semi-hard case.

    It's in excellent condition. With a few very faint strum marks. I did put my favorite Living Waters High-G strings on it. New they go for $750.

    Has black strap buttons at the heel and butt.

    I'm the second owner. I purchased it from a member July 2019. He purchased it from Mim. Shortly after I pulled the trigger, I had a great opportunity to purchase a high end tenor. As a result, I just haven't played this one much at all. Maybe an hour total playing time. After the new strings settled in.

    No sense having it just sit in its case unplayed.
    I'm really picky. Dont like the Ko'Aloha sound. Thanks for the offer!

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