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    Default Two nice sopranos for sale

    http://www.wsukes.com/forsale.html

    And I'm working on another like #44, plus 2 more like this: http://www.wsukes.com/temp/8inbanjo2.jpg

    :-)

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    welcome to the board!

    I had stumbled on your site a few months back and was very impressed with the looks of the instruments that you create.
    Cliff Rock - I have a severe ukulele learning disability

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    Nice looking work!!
    If you have any Tenors or Concert size ukes available, I'd be sincerely interested...especially if they are going to be of a "presentation grade" (fancy-dancy) level...any plans for something like that?

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    I like #34!

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    very neat looking ukes you got there!

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    Hey thanks, everybody!

    I'm just starting to venture into the concert scale with the banjos; I think the first all-wood concert I do will be a pear shaped one. Same body as the sopranos I've already done, but with the longer neck. I think the proportions will work really well.

    Don't have any plans to do any traditional "bling" at this point, but I like the idea of painting them (like #34 - isn't that cool? ) I'm currently working with another artist as well - think more towards "folk art".

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    I also like #26 and #37.

    #35 is really cool. The worm holes add really nice character.

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    Nice work! I was really intrigued by your 'travel' sized ukes. reminded me a lot of the Strumstick. Very interesting... but I would want something in a longer neck, myself (at least concert, tenor preferred). I'll keep watching your site for updates.
    Ian
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