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    Quote Originally Posted by M3Ukulele View Post
    Is your Hoffman the larger ML style body or the standard one? Very nice looking ukulele. I’ve always admired what they do. How do you like the “pinned” nut? I have never placed one but hope to. Cool idea, as are all the innovations that Hoffman/boat paddle have done over the years. I especially like the designs.
    I don’t know what size it is in relation to other Hoffmanns. I like the pin nut however it cannot be easily adjusted or replaced. So all size strings no matter the diameter sit on top of the nut.

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    I've seen this one in person, and it's beautiful. Seeing and playing this one is what led me to buy one for myself.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

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    Forgot to mention this ukulele comes with custom case.

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    I have been reluctant to post a sound sample because my playing is not that good AND my style, if you could call it that, does not do this ukulele justice. I think the strings, which are florucarbon and a low g Fremont Soloist now, might not be the best for this uke. The Fremont is fine but I think maybe higher tension strings would be better.
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    Bump ditty bump.

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    If that is you playing, then you play pretty well. Nice sound sample.

    This has a brighter sound than my Hoffman ML Cedar/Koa. Really nice sound to it.

    Best of luck with the sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn2018 View Post
    If that is you playing, then you play pretty well. Nice sound sample.

    This has a brighter sound than my Hoffman ML Cedar/Koa. Really nice sound to it.

    Best of luck with the sale.
    Thanks. It is a spruce top so it’s louder than cedar.

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