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    Blackbird tenor ukulele for sale. Just as it came from the factory except I have changed the saddle out for a bone saddle. Factory gig bag included. I am not giving this one much playing time having 2 collings tenors, and a mya moe taropatch. Also have a mya moe tenor build starting in 2 weeks.


    I should mention this is the standard model. No pickup installed. Currently if is strung with worth brown low g strings.



    Would like $900 plus shipping/PayPal.

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    I'm a Blackbird dealer and $900 is a fantastic price for this tenor model Blackbird.

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    I agree. It is a super fun uke to play. Nit to mention it can go anywhere

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    A little interest so far.

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    I have sent a PM. I'm interested.

    Kelly

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    Bought! Waiting delivery...

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    You won't be disappointed. These are a blast to play and they sound great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skinny Money McGee View Post
    You won't be disappointed. These are a blast to play and they sound great.
    Great to see ... I was sorely tempted ...
    How bad is your UAS?

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    Thanks guys. In February I can go from here in Saskatoon at -40 and 0 % humidity to the usual Hawaii temperature and humidity and not worry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyK View Post
    Thanks guys. In February I can go from here in Saskatoon at -40 and 0 % humidity to the usual Hawaii temperature and humidity and not worry.
    Nice grab, Kelly! And your comment is precisely the reason a keep a laminated 'travel uke' in the quiver.. Although I'd happily trade the moderately decent sounding layered Koa-topped tenor for anything constructed/engineered by Joe & Kyle.

    I've yet to sample the Clara -- although I'm more of a tenor guy, I'm anxious to see what flavour (for you Canadians..) the "Ekoa" offers to Blackbird's bullet-proof line of strumming devices. May have to roll out to the city to give one a whirl -- been quite awhile since I've visited the Blackbird laboratory..

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