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Thread: Case exchange anyone? (Soprano Case please, for a Concert one)

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    Default Case exchange anyone? (Soprano Case please, for a Concert one)

    Hahaha, this is going to be a strange one.
    I recently had to get my Luna Concert uke refunded because it had a bad fret buzz and I had some buyer's remorse. I had also purchased a Concert lite hardcase for it (those black ones that MGM provide). It's brand new.

    But I don't have a Concert uke at the moment, and I don't intend to get any Concert ukes any time soon. So I'm stuck with this random Concert ukulele case.

    I have made some action adjustments on my Mahalo Les Paul and gave it new Aquila strings, and it's like a whole new instrument. I have grown a liking for it, and was wondering whether anyone within Australia (VIC) (where delivery would probably be more reasonable) happened to have a Soprano hardcase they would like to trade for a Concert case.

    Strange request, I know, and I probably won't get a response. But I'm just putting it out here anyway.

    Tell you what, as an incentive I'll throw in a free ocarina, which is the wind instrument I play here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHTi2gTx0Ts
    A high quality Mountain ocarina that you can take along with you anywhere and everywhere to whip out some cool tunes. It's not a toy, it's an instrument!

    Mountain ocarina website: http://mountainsocarina.com/ (polycarbonate in G model)


    *sender to cover own postage cost*
    *I would like the case to be in good condition*



    Last edited by kissing; 08-18-2010 at 07:43 AM.

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    i don't live in Oz and i don't have a case to trade but i did enjoy your youtube vid. i have the same ocarina and now have come to the conclusion that there is nothing wrong with the ocarina. it's my playing skills that are lacking.

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    Mountain ocarinas have a learning curve.
    They take a bit of getting used to, but have a lot of potential once you start getting the hang of breathing technique

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