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Thread: S.F., Bay Area Craigslist-Fluke, tenor $120.00

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    Default S.F., Bay Area Craigslist-Fluke, tenor $120.00

    Kala KA-TE
    Makala MK-T
    Kala KA-C (low G)
    Makala Dolphin-green burst

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    yep. it is.
    http://tampabayukulele.com for TBUG info
    http://www.youtube.com/user/jtpokie for my videos
    and http://www.nightgig.com for my Drawing the Wrong Conclusions Podcast
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    That Guy 1:94

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    Go for it.
    Surf Concert Fluke
    "Nice" Koa Tenor
    KALA-UTAR (w/J94 strings)
    KALA-KTG-CT
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    Is that a wound C string with plastic fretboard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by v30 View Post
    Is that a wound C string with plastic fretboard?
    if it is.. could be a problem... it'll eat the frets...
    http://tampabayukulele.com for TBUG info
    http://www.youtube.com/user/jtpokie for my videos
    and http://www.nightgig.com for my Drawing the Wrong Conclusions Podcast
    love,

    That Guy 1:94

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    Aloha Don,
    Woa that's an awesome deal, it may be gone already at that price..sheesh I would have grabbed it immediately..no hesitation...ah late, story of my life..Ha ha Thank you for the heads up though.
    Happy strummings..MM Stan....

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    Indeed, that is a nice price on the instrument. I'd go for it if its still avail.

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    Grab it if you can, but check the fretboard to make sure the wound string hasn't eaten any of the frets, and swap out any wound strings before you play it. Good luck!

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