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    When in Louisville, visit:

    Guitar Emporium
    1610 Bardstown Rd
    Louisville, KY 40205-1210
    (502) 459-4153
    http://www.guitar-emporium.com/cgi-b...searchstring=u

    Notes: GE usually has a Flea or Fluke or two in stock. Also the basic Mahalo ukes and sometimes a vintage uke.


    Steilberg String Instruments
    4029 Bardstown Rd.
    Louisville, KY 40218
    (502) 491-2337
    http://www.stringinstruments.com/

    Notes: They've recently started carrying Makai ukes, which include a couple of Koa models. They also have a handful of Oscar Schmidt ukes. I go there because they have beautiful Taylor and Breedlove guitars and Breedlove mandolins.
    -Alan (UKISOCIETY)

    My muse.

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    I've started working on this and I've provided an example . . . seems California and Hawai'i looks like to have the biggest list and will probably have their own space. Open to comments, suggestions.

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    Mainland Ukes has a retail shop with a few Fleas, Flukes, used ukes, parts and of course lots of Mainland Ukes.

    Mainland Ukes
    90 W Washington St
    Nashville Indiana 47448
    812-988-6760
    Open M-F 10 to 4 and sometimes weekends.

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    Already listed Mike . . . but not posted (yet).

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    • New York


    Burnunzio Uptown Music
    122 East Avenue
    Rochester, New York 14604
    (585) 473-6140
    http://bernunzio.com/

    Check the website out... enough to make you droooool. I'd been playing almost a year before I even knew this place existed- & it's only about 20 mins from my house. Man, was I pissed no one had told me!

    FEA

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    Default New York

    There's also East Village Music In New York

    http://www.evmnyc.com/

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    East Village Music is pretty neat. Only place around here that sells Mainland.
    21 East 3rd Street (between Bowery and 2nd Ave)
    New York, NY 10003
    (212) 991-4930


    Also in NY,

    Matt Umanov Guitars
    273 Bleecker St.
    New York, NY 10014
    (212) 675-2157

    Matt's carries vintage Gibsons and Martins, as well as new Kamakas.

    Mandolin Brothers
    629 Forest Ave
    Staten Island, NY 10310-2576
    (718) 981-8585

    Mandolin Bros. has lots of new Kamakas, vintage Martins, Flukes/Fleas, Nationals, and a Kiwaya or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haole View Post
    Mandolin Brothers
    629 Forest Ave
    Staten Island, NY 10310-2576
    (718) 981-8585

    Mandolin Bros. has lots of new Kamakas, vintage Martins, Flukes/Fleas, Nationals, and a Kiwaya or two.
    +1 for Mandolin Bros. I bought my Kamaka there. Excellent selection, service and price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiduke310 View Post
    Yeah. If we got each person to put one or two stores they love, require info from them

    name of store
    location
    city, zip
    phone number
    fax number
    website
    - short discription

    and if each person made the title the name of the state.

    It'd be easier to sort
    I think it would be nice to add a notation on how large their uke selection is, like was there approx. 5 ukes, or 50 ukes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori View Post
    I think it would be nice to add a notation on how large their uke selection is, like was there approx. 5 ukes, or 50 ukes.
    Yeah, thats what the "notes" section at the bottom is for.
    users can explain the selection, if they know the guy, etc. but yeah.
    i believe a selection selection should be added. LOL
    Kala KA-P Soprano (Sophie)
    Flea Natural Concert (Napoleon)
    G-String Koa Tenor (Ellie)

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