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Thread: Tahitian Ukeleles

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    Default Tahitian Ukeleles

    Hello, i`m Luthier of folk instruments... i made more than 150 Tahitian Ukes last 3 years.. i`m rellay conecting my life with this instrument..

    i show you some of my work here.. if you want more information send a email to vhjofre@hotmail.com, if you wanna see more instrument that i made you can visit www.asonu.com/catalog.html



    thanks

    Victor Jofre

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    Bad link I think Victor. They look interesting. Would like to hear what they sound like.
    Aha. The speller must have corrected your link from Catalogo to catalog?

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    I've seen 2 and they both had issues because of the construction. Interesting vibe though...

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    Tahitian ukes are awesome. My neighbor builds them from ulu wood (bread fruit tree). Construction, sound and playing them is in no way to be confused with the traditional Hawaiian ukulele. They are a completely different beast.
    I love Tahitian music. I could just never strum that fast in order to play it.
    (Victor, do you know Brigid Malloy?)
    Last edited by Moore Bettah Ukuleles; 06-05-2010 at 12:25 PM.
    Chuck Moore
    Moore Bettah Ukuleles
    http://www.moorebettahukes.com

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    Victor, I am closing all your duplicate posts/threads except the one in the New Member Intro section.

    So far they look a little spammy, so please post with care.

    Thanks.
    And whether the blood be highland, lowland or no,
    And whether the skin be black or white as the snow,
    Of kith and of kin we are one, be it right, be it wrong,
    As long as our hearts beat true to the lilt of a song.

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