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    Default WTB Magic Fluke Flea

    Hello, WTB, or trade, flea or, maybe, fluke. I have a soprano and a concert mahogany Mainland ukuleles.
    Last edited by roxhum; 12-31-2020 at 07:24 PM.
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    Hi! I have a concert Flea I am willing to sell. Only difference between concert and soprano is the length of the scale - 14 versus 15 frets, body and neck width are identical. I added some vinyl decals to make frets easier to see and decal at sound hole. All can be easily removed without an trace left. The fretboard is composite and the sound board is the hoop pine. Let me know if you are interested.

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    Do you add the design on the fret board? It’s awesome. How much are you selling it for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by roxhum View Post
    Hello, WTB, or trade, flea or, maybe, fluke. I have a soprano and a concert mahogany Mainland ukuleles.
    Hello! I am not sure if you are looking to trade for a Magic Fluke, if you are, I have a Magic Fluke concert that I would be interested to trade for your Mainland Concert. Let me know if you'd be interested. Thank you.

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    Let me think about it. I wanted a flea soprano. Also I was interested in trading my Mainland concert but I just put a log g string on it and I am really enjoying playing it. I need to ponder. Funny how hard it can be to part with these guys. Would you be willing to sell your fluke, and for how much?
    RoxHum

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    I just wanted to say here that I bought a Kamaka from Roxham that arrived today, and found her great to deal with. I would trade with her in a heartbeat.

    Rich
    Brad Donaldson mahogany Martin 0 style soprano
    Pohaku Concert 10 (small concert), Bearclaw spruce top/maple body and neck
    Weymann 1920 Model 10 soprano
    Japanese no name soprano, 1950s Burch sunburst
    Japanese no name soprano, 1940s mahogany Laminate
    Japanese no name soprano, 1950s mahogany


    Ukes living in the house
    Harmony 1950s Hog soprano (my SO's 8-year-old's uke)
    Ohana CK 50G cedar/rosewood (the SO's uke)
    Kimise freaky cat concert (Toby the cat's uke)

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    I have a solid color flea in natural finish I wil sell. It also has upgraded Grover tuners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxhum View Post
    Do you add the design on the fret board? It’s awesome. How much are you selling it for?
    Yes, fretboard vinyl was added and can be removed. The design is through Neck Illusions. I sent you a private message. Let me know if you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxhum View Post
    Let me think about it. I wanted a flea soprano. Also I was interested in trading my Mainland concert but I just put a log g string on it and I am really enjoying playing it. I need to ponder. Funny how hard it can be to part with these guys. Would you be willing to sell your fluke, and for how much?
    Hi! Yes I would sell my fluke for $150 plus shipping which I believe will be $12-$13. Let me know if you are interested and I can send pictures.

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    I cannot get any of your pm’s. Here is my email. brybrassard@gmail.com

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