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    Default Winzz Concert Ukulele

    A new brand to me. Something tells me the Chinese uke factories had a bulk order of coloured paints this year..

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    That was a tough one to review, Baz. Some good things, some really bad things, about it. I really would like to see an end to the making of these sub par ukes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    That was a tough one to review, Baz. Some good things, some really bad things, about it. I really would like to see an end to the making of these sub par ukes...
    And it's a VERY congested price point down there - it sadly doesn't rise above some others. Amazon CHOICE indeed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bazmaz View Post
    A new brand to me. Something tells me the Chinese uke factories had a bulk order of coloured paints this year..

    https://www.gotaukulele.com/2021/06/...le-review.html
    I'm not down with painted woods but this one looks okay; I suppose because the grain shows through...the inside though...a bit rough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    That was a tough one to review, Baz. Some good things, some really bad things, about it. I really would like to see an end to the making of these sub par ukes...
    There's always someone that will be attracted to the look and the price. Sorta like buying the house brand of canned chicken noodle soup- if it's edible and inexpensive, you're lucky.

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    I'll be able to resist this one. I don't like the sunburst effect on any instrument.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggs_n_Ham View Post
    I'm not down with painted woods but this one looks okay; I suppose because the grain shows through...the inside though...a bit rough...
    it's just when you look at it more closely - it's rough pretty much everywhere!
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    Here it is on our Amazon, $59.98. The soprano is $10 less.

    https://smile.amazon.com/WINZZ-Conce...xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
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