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    Default Ukulele shop California

    Im looking for a ukulele shop that will have a tenor I live In corona near orange county

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    Island Bazaar in Huntington Beach

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    I agree! Good selection, advice and accessories.

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    So I can just drive there and play them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGDB View Post
    So I can just drive there and play them?
    Yes! Island Bazaar is GREAT for that, the first time I went there I probably spent 2 hours trying out ukes (and not buying, since what I went there for in the first place was out of stock). Friendly, helpful folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGDB View Post
    So I can just drive there and play them?
    You can touch them, feel them and lick them. Shirley's the owner and Dans her right hand man. Tell them you were referred by Sally. And tell them you heard about them on UU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    You can touch them, feel them and lick them. Shirley's the owner and Dans her right hand man. Tell them you were referred by Sally. And tell them you heard about them on UU.
    So I literally lick them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGDB View Post
    So I literally lick them?
    It's really the only way to be sure it's the right uke for you.
    I got my wife, my dogs, and my Kanile'a. What else would I need?

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    ....and don't forget to smell the hole!

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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    ....and don't forget to smell the hole!
    ewww. I don't think I've ever heard anyone say that before.

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