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    Default hungry for cheesecake.

    Looking for a Concert.

    mahalo.

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    I have a beautiful Boat Paddle TM 1112 made by Jerry Hoffman, Its a 5 string and I am selling very cheap to clear my collection a little. Has some minor flaw finishes, but the sound is excellent. It has beautiful purfling., thumbprint fret markers. See my add on about page 3 for pictures. if you have any questions my email is chicago911@outlook.com
    Itty Bitty Tango uke
    Boat Paddle M-series concert 5 string
    Boat Paddle M-series concert Low G
    Outdoor Uke
    Anuenue Koa Concert

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    Actually I bumped it up to just before your ad
    Itty Bitty Tango uke
    Boat Paddle M-series concert 5 string
    Boat Paddle M-series concert Low G
    Outdoor Uke
    Anuenue Koa Concert

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    I like cheesecake too, but I'd rather eat cherry pie.
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    I'll take a double slice too.

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    Cheesecake, a concert and Louis Armstrong, what more could you ask for?
    Cheers Santa.

    Pepe Romero Tiny Tenor.
    Kala Ziricote Tenor.
    Kala Concert FMCG.

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    I have a taste for concert ukes too. I have a really nice custom luthier built soprano with a concert neck. I forget the name, I'll have to look. Really nice uke, punchy, loud for a soprano, great tone, easier to play for me with concert scale. I was looking for a nice soprano but really prefer the size of a concert. Not playing it much because I picked up a steller vintage concert that I play every day. PM if interested.

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    I thought you were actually looking for a Cheesecake concert, cheesecake being the name of Rebel's thinline spruce and mahogany ukuleles. Mim has some:

    https://mimsukes.com/products/the-re...ulele-bag-i301

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    Yes I was. Just trying to inject some humor in my listing. Ideally I'd take a thinline but would be open to a double. Saw the Mim's listing thanks and tempted but like the idea of homing one that is no longer wanted. Was lucky and found a one piece Koaloha Concert for my first real ukulele. Was abused, dropped on it's head, had a crack but the team @ Koaloha lovingly put her back together again and has a wonderful sound. It's my primary uke but will be very hard to replace so I don't want to take her outside.

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