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    Default f;luke flea solid body electrics out in July

    A concert and tenor model of solid body electric ukulele with the latest b band electronics to be released in July. made form Various New England exotic hardwooods.... Now you can get a made in USA solidbody ukulele
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    Glad to hear this is going to see production! I played the prototype solidbody Fluke at NY Uke Fest and really, really liked it.

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    Are they the same shapes as the acoustic Fluke and Flea? And here I just bought a Flea a few weeks ago... dang.
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    That's cool Mike. Can't wait to see them.

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    Do they have a headphone jack?
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    anyone have pics of these prototypes? is the shape like an eleuke or more like the koolau solid body electric? sounds awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGM View Post
    A concert and tenor model of solid body electric ukulele with the latest b band electronics to be released in July. made form Various New England exotic hardwooods.... Now you can get a made in USA solidbody ukulele
    Pictures, Mike ,we need pictures!
    I've been seriously wrestling with getting a Risa Les-Paul style, but the price has put me off. This might be what I'm looking for. But where can we read the details, see the pics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ichadwick View Post
    Pictures, Mike ,we need pictures!
    I've been seriously wrestling with getting a Risa Les-Paul style, but the price has put me off. This might be what I'm looking for. But where can we read the details, see the pics?
    I think it'll be a nylon-string electric.

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    Solid electric ukes IMO are the way to go...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kissing View Post
    I think it'll be a nylon-string electric.
    Really? Drat.... so the Risa's still the prime steel-string candidate, eh? Or a Jupiter Creek...
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