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    Default FS: Kanilea

    So most of you have probably seen me around with my Kanile'a, with all the drama.

    The last few weeks has really put me off the ukulele passion, and to be honest, I'm happy sticking with my Lanikai Lu-21T, and just play with that. My career in the defence force is looking more and more real each day too.

    Ukulele:
    - Tenor size ukulele
    - Satin finish
    - Aquila strings
    - Active fishman pickup
    uhh... what else?
    - Hardcase also !

    I'm not sure how much, I'm not really too concerned, just PM if you like to find out more, shipping isn't a problem.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldHd6nX5cUI

    here is a sound sample of what it sounds like, it's less than one month old, and in perfect condition, even my Lanikai from 3 years back is in perfect condition ! post pictures per request?

    etc etc.... Lemme know, if you don't want to buy it but comment here anyway, feel free ! I haven't got an amp to plug it into though, not sure if that makes anything better?: S

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    can you put it in a washing machine first for me ?
    So I will buy a sporano size I so desire.

    Nice instrument.... nice performance.... all the best with your career.

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    Matt, ya gotta include a price . . .

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    hahaha, oh yeah !

    I'll ask $800, price is very negociable. asking price.

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    Aloha Matt,
    Sorry it is not working out for you.....and you're taking a 25% loss in a month if sold...I feel for you buddy....but I understand,
    everyday I play my first ukulele and enjoy it very much,,,,which I had for many years....sometimes you just like the simple sounds...
    but I'm glad you realized that before buying more expensive ukes...it was an expensive lesson, but could have been much worse..
    "Keep on strumming them strings" MM Stan..
    Last edited by mm stan; 11-08-2010 at 02:51 AM.

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    hey Matt

    sorry to see you giving up the Kanilea after such a short time with it...especially after all the stuff you went through...oh well, I guess some extra cash will come in handy around Christmas and down the track you might rethink and go again with something similar...but it's good you're able to prioritize things with the career and nothing wrong with your Lanikai either, eh? For me, I have some expensive ukes but, like Stan, often find myself getting as much pleasure out of the cheaper ones that I'm less precious with...go figure...hope you sell it nice and quick so you can close the book on this whole chapter mate. Cheers. eugene

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    Quote Originally Posted by UkuLeLesReggAe View Post
    hahaha, oh yeah !

    I'll ask $800, price is very negociable. asking price.
    Is that USD$ or AUD$?

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    That'll be aus

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    Sorry to hear you are selling your new Kanilea. I can sympathize with you. I bought a top on the line Godin sight unseen new from the factory about ten years ago and it wasn't cheap.

    Had a high spot on the neck that would buzz, pickups were too weak, etc. I paid to have the neck work done because the Mfg wouldn't do anything. I hated that guitar for such a long time. Every time I picked it up I would critique it. It was never be good enough.

    I has taken me almost all of those ten years to get over my frustration and now I actually enjoy playing it.

    John

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    bumpity bump

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