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    Default uke mojo

    i play guitar and everyone knows a beat up guitar is waaaay cooler than a shiny new one ....so lets see your road worn well played well loved ukes

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    Quote Originally Posted by sws321 View Post
    i play guitar and everyone knows a beat up guitar is waaaay cooler than a shiny new one ....so lets see your road worn well played well loved ukes
    I'll get a picture up tonmorrow but seriously most people on here(I'm one of them) treat their ukes better than my parents treated me. If they get a scratch on it they're sending it back for warrenty.

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    here we go again, super beat up on the bottom half (not shown)



    Da Papa Gutes Style - YOUTUBE MYSPACE

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    My Favilla.

    Last edited by Teek; 07-20-2009 at 09:46 PM. Reason: Bad pics server, bad!

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    My Favilla, with closeup of the glued neck and cracks. Doesn't show the toothpick currently replacing part of the saddle. Her name is "Buster".



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    My "no name" soprano from eBay. Looks to be from 50's or 60's. The action is high and she is loud!
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    “Even if I knew that tomorrow the world would go to pieces, I would still plant my apple tree.”
    ― Martin Luther

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    Come on. They got to be ukes you actually play. Is that koaloha an original koaloha?

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    wow these are awesome keep em coming guys

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    teek, your favilla is awesome!

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    Thanks! She's actually very playable and loud. I bought her to make a "Favilla cigar box". Couldn't do it. She's relieved.

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