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Thread: NUD: Amazing Kimo Ebony/Spruce tenor

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    Default NUD: Amazing Kimo Ebony/Spruce tenor

    Another fantastic instrument from Hank Johnson at Kimo Ukulele!
    Plays and sounds as beautiful as it looks.
    Now my second do his in my collection
    Ron





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    Looks interesting, would appreciate more info.
    Have you read the Ukulele Review Guidelines at the top of this board?

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    Congratulations, that looks extremely special! I saw the pictures that Hank posted on Instagram and loved that wood combo.
    Enjoying instruments by - Beau Hannam - Jay Lichty - Jerry Hoffmann - Luis Feu de Mesquita - Kala - Kamaka - Kanile'a - KoAloha - Ko'olau - Moore Bettah - Pono - Romero Creations - and others

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    Just wanted to chime in with more love for Kimo Ukulele's Super Tenor!
    I can't seem to put my spruce/myrtle one down--
    At Hank's current prices, and considering the tone and quality of construction, these have got to be among the best values in the ukulele universe!
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    Quote Originally Posted by eyedoc View Post
    Another fantastic instrument from Hank Johnson at Kimo Ukulele!
    Plays and sounds as beautiful as it looks.
    Now my second do his in my collection
    Ron
    Hmmmm...... This is not a useful review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellgamin View Post
    Hmmmm...... This is not a useful review.
    Perhaps more of an endorsement -- some of us find it useful to hear the opinions of those, like eyedoc, who have owned and posted sound samples of ukes built by several of the more exotic and esoteric luthiers out there which are otherwise hard to experience.

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    Thanks for the nice blog Council!
    I do not consider myself an authority on anything other than my practice of Ophthalmology.
    I have bought and sold more than 75 classical Guitars, 20 ukuleles and 15 flutes over the last 30 years.
    I believe my opinion may be of value to many, even without following the strict guidelines of ‘a review’
    Ron

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