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  1. #211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillian View Post
    1: Custom Compass Rose Luxo Little Jumbo tenor cutaway with slotted headstock by Rick Turner: bloodwood back and sides with carbon fibre bracing, Adi spruce top, bolted-on (not glued) flamed maple neck, cantilevered ebony fretboard

    2: Custom Compass Rose Standard tenor (B): walnut back and sides, bolted-on one piece walnut neck, giant sequoia top, cantilevered ebony fretboard

    3: Blackbird BTU carbon fibre tenor, individual string pick-ups with RMC pre-amp. (uke not made anymore)
    Congrats, that's quite a Top Three!
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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    LFDM Amigo XL - LFDM Cool Cow 2 -- Kimo Super tenor
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    Been a longtime since I posted on the ‘underground

    1) Argapa soprano in tiger myrtle with a cedar top

    2) Kumalae Style 1, I think, from 1940s (?). Long since re-homed.

    And from Friday order might change, when KoAloha KTM-10 arrives…!
    Last edited by hillfield; 06-30-2021 at 12:17 PM. Reason: Clarification

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    1 - Soprano Caramel CS419* A very sweet sound, and louder than you think. Extremely good with amp: -> Acoustic 260 "mini stack" head into an EV Zx1.

    2 - Tenor Ohana BKT-70G I've only had 2 weeks, but it's seriously becoming my "gotta-grab-it-now" buddy.

    3 - Baritone Caramel CB305 Amazing acoustically, and same as above when plugged in.

    *Currently $39 on Amazon! Great starter uke. Like all, the factory action is high at the 1st fret and will need setup. When plugged in, leave bass and treble at 12:00, but turn mid all the way down. Then roll off treble as necessary for your amp.
    Last edited by Wiggy; 07-01-2021 at 03:07 AM.

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