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Thread: Just got my custom Curly Black Koa Uke :)

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    Default Just got my custom Curly Black Koa Uke :)

    Well I been waiting for one of my customs and its finally done. The sound and feels is so amazing.


    Its made out of curly black Koa built by Sonny D ukuleles in Waiphau Hawaii. Let me know what you guys think.
    Last edited by PeformanceUke; 07-22-2011 at 01:10 AM.

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    that is stunning!

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    Black koa looks really cool!!! How does it sound?

    It's been a while that I didn't see anything by Sonny D. Is he still building lots of uke?
    http://soundcloud.com/baouke/ : ukulele mixed with some electro-ambient lap steel music.....

    http://www.youtube.com/user/baouke : anything about ukulele, lap slide ukulele, dulcimer, shahi baaja or mountain dulcimer

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    Beautifully crafted uke with stunning curly Koa. Is it a concert? Was it affordable? Do you still have both of your arms and legs?

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    Wow, now that is one fine looking Ukulele. I don't think I've ever seen one that stunning.
    Music is found in the spaces between the notes- in the silence between the chords. Get your spaces right, and you've got it. Albert Greenfield

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    I've no choice but to use the same word: stunning. It's what came to mind looking at the photos.
    The other word was "breathtaking".

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    That's a beautiful and stunning 'ukulele! Congrats!

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    "Stunning" doesn't do it justice. How long did it take to make? How expensive was it?
    I'm looking for a new Tenor and was leaning towards a Kamaka or KoAloha. But the Sonny-D looks like a contender. Currently have a Kamaka Concert.
    " WHEN YOU CAN'T FIND SOMETHING,
    EITHER IT'S LOST OR YOU ARE " - - BENDER
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    whoa. WOW.

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    Yes, wow! What a beautiful uke! Tell us more about it! How does it sound?

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