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  1. #791
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dohle View Post
    the only thing I'm eyeing is a Cocobolo concert so I'll have to keep an eye out for those lotteries.
    That was quick.

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    Bought a Ken Timms here on the Marketplace. I have no other purchases in mind
    The site truncates my signature so I can't tell you

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    A Kmise tenor guitar, https://youtu.be/7EheC9uNNVU
    https://youtu.be/wMRljMhxldQ
    and the next one I'll buy is a Kmise okoume tiger flame baritone.
    Last edited by A. Flinner; 11-27-2020 at 03:48 AM.

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    And here is the soundboard for my in-progress all solid maple teardrop, concert neck soprano from David Hanson.
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    Brad Donadson mahoagany Martin style LN soprano (due approx. Jan 2020).
    David Hanson all maple teardrop LN soprano
    Pohaku Concert 10, Bearclaw spruce top/maple body
    Kamaka HF-1 soprano2006
    2003 KoAloha one piece koa LN soprano
    Kiwaya KSU- 1L LN soprano laminate
    Ohana Ck-70B spruce top concert
    Harmony 1950s Hog soprano (my SO's 8year old)
    Ohana CK 50G cedar/rosewood (the SO's)
    Kimise freaky cat concert

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    Just bought a Martin Baritone off reverb. No more predictions on what‘s gonna be next.

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    My latest was a Kala Elite 1MHG-T doghair mahogany tenor, which I really like. It is the best tenor I've owned after a few other mid-range Ohanas, Mainland and Ponos.
    John

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    Kala spruce top thin line travel tenor with b-band. Bought as a gift for a friend. We’ll see how it works out. I figure I will need to do some set up when it shows up.
    Kamaka HF3
    Kanilea KSE SCP
    Martin T1K
    Martin 0 (2) (50s)
    Martin 1M (60s)
    Martin 2M (50s)
    Martin 3M (30s)
    Gibson T1
    Kamaka soprano (white label)
    Gretsch soprano (50s)
    Harmony baritone
    Favilla baritone
    Randolph Ukulele tenor
    Martin T15 Tiple
    Fluke Koa concert

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    I purchased a c. 1920 Weymann No. 20 soprano as my “2020 Uke” - now just waiting on Santa to deliver!! Very interested in those concert Moonbirds or a Kamaka Pineapple or another American luthier build. Who knows? At least 2020 was a good year for Ukes if nothing else
    Current Faves:
    ~ Beansprout #525, Mastergrade Myrtle Alto
    ~ The Rebel Double Creme Prototype w/ binding; Mango Soprano
    ~ MP Cali Ukulele x Mike Pereira; Black Walnut Concert

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    I just got a 25th anniversary KoAloha tenor.
    Without a doubt, one of the best I have ever played.
    I have several good Ukes, but this one is superb.
    Keep Strummin'

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    Recently bought a Kanile'a KSR Tenor, and I've been waiting since July, 2020, for a UT2 Koa model from the folks at Collings. After that, no more!
    If music be the food of love, play on! -Bill Shakespeare

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