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Thread: Kinnard, Palo Escrito rosewood with a German Black Forest spruce baritone

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    Default Kinnard, Palo Escrito rosewood with a German Black Forest spruce baritone

    closing in on a year with my Kinnard baritone.
    While it sounded great when I first got it, it has opened up even more now and nothing I've ever played can touch it.
    even thru the pandemic, it gets played daily...outside when weather allowed, under an open sided patio with heaters during the cold months.
    The volume and full, clear voice are fantastic.

    The neck shape is the most comfortable I've played. The side port gives the player the full effect of the sound coming out of 2 holes...and it's a good place to put the strap when in the case.

    It looks like a miniature D-28...impecable finished rosewood and spruce and a beautiful 2 piece neck just add to the pleasure of owning
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    Congratulations John. That is a wonderful instrument. I agree with that no other baritone quite reaches the sound and playability of a Kinnard baritone.
    -Hodge
    Humble strummer of fine ukes.

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    A stunning beauty. If it's anything like my Series 2 tenor, it's voice has to be amazing.
    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.

    --Lou Churchill, Plane & Pilot Magazine

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