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Thread: Ohana SK-38 on the way from Mim.

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    Default Ohana SK-38 on the way from Mim.

    This will be a partner, an upgrade, and a spare for my favorite soprano, an Ohana SK-35. I got the SK-35 before the SK-38's were launched. I've really wanted and SK-38, now I will have one.
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    Congratulations!
    Black Bear Sopranino Spruce/Koa~ Living Water
    Ohana Soprano SK-38 Mahogany~ Martin
    Mainland Soprano Mango~ Low G Daniel Ho

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    Congratulations! I love mine.

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    USPS Tracking website states that my new uke is now in "Cincinnati" and will be delivered on Monday. I would got fetch it today if possible but I think waiting for Monday should be no problem.

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    I'm sure you'll love it - I've read such great things about the SK-38, and love the Ohanas I've played. We'll share a NUD - today my soon-to-be concert is at a UPS facility about 20 miles from my house.

    Congratulations!
    Kathryn

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    Got the SK-38 today. It is lighter than the Sk-35 (just a bit) and looks older. It is a "second" and the matte finish has a few thin spots, causing it to looks older still (I got a price break and I knew about it).

    Sound is similar to my SK-35, the SK-35 is louder, but it is older and it got significantly louder as it aged. I plan to play these two a long time. The SK-35 has been my favorite and I think the SK-38 can (perhaps) displace it. I wanted two in case one gets damaged or stolen. The third wave of uke popularity will not last forever, who knows how long I can get ukes this good at these prices.
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    Congratulations! Enjoy your new uke.

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    Congratulations! We'd all love to see pix!
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    Congrats. Ohana does nice work

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