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Thread: Perserverence and the Refresh Button= A Moore Bettah Day...

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    Default Perserverence and the Refresh Button= A Moore Bettah Day...

    Yup I was the other Moore Better Winner....thought my refresh button would have broken down...LOL So Glad the Danny Got one too..Yes Yes
    Two UU members scored this time big...woo hoo
    Actually I did not know I won till the next day, I was all tired out being
    on line most of the day and went to sleep....the next morning I checked my email and saw I got a email from Chuckie...and I was one
    of the winners....I was blown away man..
    A day later it arrived, Chuckie had sent it express delivery..it was well
    packed and took me a while to get it out of the box....as I opened the case(nice case), I was shocked and amazed of the craftsmanship and beauty...Wow, I thought....the best materials, the experience and knowledge in the craftsmanship I thought...it took me a while to get my breath and look it over, not a thing wrong and simply perfect..
    also the gloss finish as to a mirror reflection...the best I ever saw on a ukulele...and many have gone through these hands...
    I can see how much work and love went into this instrument and without even a flaw....best of the best and rare materials...One thing
    struck my eye first of all, my last name starts with a "M" and Chuckie
    had inlayed a "M" for Moore Bettah Ukes...so who is gonna know it was not for me..ha ha
    I think Chuckie has proven to everyone, you can build a beautiful ukulele and a great sounding one too...many times as ukers and buyers
    we search for this with no avail....As I picked it up and tuned it, even
    without the strings broken in yet it sounded amazing..I just simply cannot put this uke down....It sounds amazing...perfect intonation on
    all strings at the 12th fret...he is a master's master at this..I had always thought I could do a good set up, but this is even way beyond
    me for sure I thought...
    Okay for sound, It is a sound monster with great volume, clear notes and note separation, Sweet bright tone, nice long substain, great resonation, good punch and response and big sound..
    At this time, I want to Thank Mr Moore for the great work he has put into my ukulele and all the ukes he builds....he puts his heart and soul
    in every instrument...Truely amazing...I hope anyone who can afford and wants one too will have the oppertunity one day...Congrats to Danny too..



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    WOW!!! You are the luckiest man alive! What a beautiful ukulele. You truly deserve it. Congratulations, and as a good friend of mine says, "Happy Strummings!"
    You, sir, are the devil. --Tammy
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    NICE!! just a question about those side wholes when you play them can you notice a difference in a the side whole compared to a standard one?

    Congrats again on winning

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    Thank Your gang...yes the off set sound hole gives the soundboard a little more resonation area I believe..

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    Congrats Stan! Beautiful design and absolutely gorgeous unique woods used. Enjoy!

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    Congrats Stan! yay a wonderful uke for a wonderful man. The best combination in the start of 2013!

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    Hey Stan...how bout a pic of the headstock?
    You, sir, are the devil. --Tammy
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    Congrats Stan! How are you going to be able to play anything else now? Please PM me to sell your Koa Compass Rose!

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    Whoa! Congratulations, Man. How's that wound low G working for you?

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    Congrats Stan!

    I'm so happy for you. That Milo and Bearclaw spruce tenor are absolutely gorgeous!

    Thanks for the pics.

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