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Thread: Anuenue Maui Mango Custom Soprano (NEW!)

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    Cool Anuenue Maui Mango Custom Soprano (NEW!)

    I initially had a problem with this one, the action was a bit too low. I brought it to Anuenue and had it set-up, plays like a dream now! I tried it only a couple of times, I had buyers remorse because I realllly want a new tenor instead lol. I already have a few soprano models and I also plan on playing on stage in the near future and need something with a pickup. I'm selling this uke as new, since I've literally never sat down and actually played it for more than a couple minutes, mostly just checked the action and strummed it a bit. I'm asking for 500$ USD & S+H, which should be around 50$ for global shipping. This ukulele sells for 600+ shipping elsewhere online. Solid Mango Body, Grover Tuners, Bone Nut & Saddle, 16 frets. The photos shown are of the actual ukulele.



    Last edited by Ataraxia; 06-01-2011 at 03:35 AM. Reason: Added Pics
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    Sorry, I forgot to include a sound sample, here's someone playing the non-custom version of this model on Youtube...

    I'm willing to go 10$ lower, it really is BRAND NEW. I own a shop here and sell many different ukuleles, I'm originally from Massachusetts though.
    Anyone interested? .
    "The ukulele is a noble little instrument... anyone serious about music will eventually come to play one.

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    hi Ataraxia,

    nice looking uke!

    maybe it's me but I would like to see some more photos of the uke. Front, back, head, soundhole, heel, side view, tuners etc I just feel it may give you more of a chance of selling it on the marketplace . Not sure that single photo does it justice...

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    Thanks for the suggestion! I'll add some new photos in a bit, I appreciate the input
    "The ukulele is a noble little instrument... anyone serious about music will eventually come to play one.

    Bob Brozman

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    "The ukulele is a noble little instrument... anyone serious about music will eventually come to play one.

    Bob Brozman

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    Ok, so it is previously owned and also builder adjusted, so it isn't really new. Should we call it: Anoldold Mangi?

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    All ukuleles receive set-up prior to leaving the factory, how do you consider this to be any different? Factory set-ups are usually horrible and most shops will perform professional adjustments anyway. The luthier who set-up the action is licensed directly by Anuenue. As far as it being previously owned, all ukuleles are.. if you're buying from a store, that company was the previous owner. I received the instrument brand new in-box and played it about twice, I have many other ukuleles. Most ukes will get passed around on display for a month before leaving the store, and after having been played by more than a handful of individuals. I don't appreciate what you're insinuating, the ukulele is in perfect shape as you can see from the photos, and I'm selling it at well below most store's prices.
    "The ukulele is a noble little instrument... anyone serious about music will eventually come to play one.

    Bob Brozman

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    I'm sorry if that came off as confrontational, I really didn't mean it to. I just wanted to make myself clear, it's not a USED instrument, not anymore than any uke in another music shop would be. Also, for a price comparison: on Ukulele Movement, this sells for 712$ + S&H... Guitar Junky sells this same ukulele for 610$ + Taxes + Shipping.
    "The ukulele is a noble little instrument... anyone serious about music will eventually come to play one.

    Bob Brozman

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