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    Default 2 long neck sopranos for sale

    Maple, one nicely spalted, one not:

    http://www.wsukes.com/forsale.html

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    Nice as usual, but I'm much more curious about the "Alumauke" there. That neck kind of freaks me out a bit...

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    Those are really lovely ukuleles, all of them! I, too, am fascinated with that aluminum one. It's so architectural and indrustrial looking.

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    Another aluminum one is in the works now, this time with a wood neck. As for the prototype, anybody have any idea what we ought to try to get for it?

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    Always such nice ukes, Dave. The aluminum "Terminator" uke looks great!

    Since you're already stretching soprano to concert, can we expect you'll start doing "super concert" ukes with tenor necks any time soon? From there, it's just a hop and a skip into a full tenor size...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave g View Post
    Another aluminum one is in the works now, this time with a wood neck. As for the prototype, anybody have any idea what we ought to try to get for it?
    If you can find a filk singer who specializes in Klingon folk songs, the sky's the limit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UKISOCIETY View Post
    If you can find a filk singer who specializes in Klingon folk songs, the sky's the limit!
    LOL

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    Hey, one of them is still here, and I've knocked twenty bucks off it.

    I've also got two more prim shaped ones and three banjoleles under construction

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