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    Default My first all Koa solid ukulele...

    Unfortunately though, Koa is really quite expensive, so couldn't afford that much of it...





    Actually managed to get two of these bad boys...



    Not mastered the tiny fretboard yet though!...
    Cool and slow with plenty of precision; With a back beat narrow and hard to master...

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    The Tangi is photographed on my Kala Concert, just to help with the scale...
    Cool and slow with plenty of precision; With a back beat narrow and hard to master...

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    wow that is tiny!

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    Ain't She Sweet!

    That is a concert with her. Holy Cow, I thought it must be a baritone.
    RoxHum

    "Music self-played is happiness self-made"


    Sopranos: Donaldson (Myrtle), Kamaka (Koa), 2 Mainland's (Cedar/Rosewood & Mahogany),
    Nahenahe (Mahogany) (Thank you Stan)
    Concert: Mainland Classic Mahogany (low G)
    and one flashy white and gold Titano accordion

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    Cute little sucker....let's hear her!

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    wow thats one tiny uke. When you get used to it please give us a sound sample.
    Ukulele is more than just a hobby. Its a way of life.

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