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    Default My 1st Martin Uke!

    I'm so excited because I just won this Martin 0 on ebay,Wooh Hooh! Think it will make a good starter uke?What kind of strings shold I get for it?







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    Congrats! Nice score!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stackabones View Post
    Congrats! Nice score!
    Thanks alot Stack! This is really the uke I wanted.It looks like this one.I heard Tiny Tiny Tim had a bunch of these he used to carry to gigs in a shopping bag.



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    Quote Originally Posted by FadaBullet View Post
    Thanks alot Stack! This is really the uke I wanted.It looks like this one.I heard Tiny Tiny Tim had a bunch of these he used to carry to gigs in a shopping bag.
    I've got plenty of shopping bags, but not any Martins. I wish it were the other way around.

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    Dude! Good shootin! You bagged a Martin!!! Beauty!!!!

    As for the strings? hmm, I'm thinkin'... maybe... Martin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grappler View Post
    thats nice!
    Quote Originally Posted by HoldinCoffee View Post
    Dude! Good shootin! You bagged a Martin!!! Beauty!!!!

    As for the strings? hmm, I'm thinkin'... maybe... Martin?
    Thanks alot guys!This exactly the uke I wanted. I can't wait till it arrives.

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    are u serious?!?!?! $480!!!!
    thats, for me, like $800!!!!

    for a soprano!!! omg thats crazy.

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    Its NOT at ALL crazy! Crazy is would be paying $480 for a raisin. That uke has huge resale potential. There are a lot worse things one can do with $480than buy an antique Martin uke. Good job FadaBullet!

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    I'm hearing a lot of good things about the new Martin strings. Worths are a good choice for a Vintage Martin as well. Congrats on the new uke!

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