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    i want a new uke. the one i have is shit. tell me what i should by

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    Do you know what size you are looking for? Price range? Bells and whistles?

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    Your question is pretty broad, I'd take a peek at the thread below. If it doesn't answer your question all together, it will at least hopefully help you narrow things down to a question we can help with.

    http://www.ukuleleunderground.com/fo...ad.php?t=11346

    Mahalo
    Last edited by leftovermagic84; 11-11-2009 at 02:09 PM. Reason: I looked back and realized just a link + Mahalo sounded curt, sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerk View Post
    i want a new uke. the one i have is shit. tell me what i should by
    budget (and currency) and location plzkthxbai

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    This would be a nice step up from what you're playing now. Get two in case someone sits on one of them.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/MAKANI-SURF-TENO...item3a54aaa7c8

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    Quote Originally Posted by deach View Post
    This would be a nice step up from what you're playing now. Get two in case someone sits on one of them.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/MAKANI-SURF-TENO...item3a54aaa7c8
    *lol* This one really looks stunning! I dig the surfboard-in-the-soundhole-design. I can't agree with you more, Deach, this is without any doubt a suitable beginner instrument!
    "Nine of ten voices in my head are telling me I'm insane. One is humming a Bruddha Iz tune."
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    The OP simply says "ukulele", therefore he/she must mean a soprano.

    Ohana SK10 - $69

    Ohana SK20 - $129

    Ohana SK25 - $169

    All are good value for money. Each one is worth the difference in price.

    Simple question - simple answer.

    Ukantor. (I have no affiliation to Ohana. There are other brands just as good. Google is your friend.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by deach View Post
    This would be a nice step up from what you're playing now. Get two in case someone sits on one of them.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/MAKANI-SURF-TENO...item3a54aaa7c8
    This is what we are talking about!
    Yes you should get two just in case!!!
    Maui no ka oi !!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deach View Post
    Maybe a sampler pack is what you need.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/CUSTOM-NUNES-STY...item3ef04315a7
    Oh shit... these are too awesome!!!
    "Nine of ten voices in my head are telling me I'm insane. One is humming a Bruddha Iz tune."
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