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    Quote Originally Posted by 13down View Post
    If Bruce were more invested in advertising, he could easily be so much more popular. I kind of like how you have to be "in the know" to know about him. I get the feeling that Bruce likes it that way, as he's still a busy guy.

    Yesterday I talked with him about the possibility of building a solid-bodied tenor uke with a piezo pickup. He blew me away with his knowledge. I'm really pumped to get an instrument from him.
    i agree he certainly knows A LOT and has many many years of experience. I think it seems he prefers being an underdog or "underground" Luthier. Awesome glad your going to get something
    from him his instruments are amazing.
    Current Ukes:
    Makala Shark Soprano (high g)
    Vorson Steel String Solid Body Electric Tenor (low g)

    Electric Guitar/Electric Ukulele Based drone ambient music
    http://iamesper.bandcamp.com

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    I would love a stratocaster shaped concert!
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    Sopranos: 1st uke, Lanikai soprano LU-11 - Aquilas | 30's Martin style 0 - Martins
    Concerts: Kanile'a K-2 CP - Living Water | Islander AC-4 - Living Water | Waverly Street banjolele - Worth Browns
    Tenor: Epiphone Hummingbird - Living Water low G
    UBass: Kala FS2 - Pahoehoe

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    He'll definitely do that. He already makes strat-shaped mandolins and non-strat-shaped concerts... so it should be pretty easy for him.
    uke blog

    https://bennyukes.blogspot.com

    songs

    https://soundcloud.com/bennypaul

    videos (includes uke demos)

    http://youtube.com/user/theschumanity

    current ukes

    Wunderkammer "Boswell" Tenor, Keiki Kamaka Soprano, Johnson UK-200 baritone, Kiwaya Famous FLS-1G, Cordoba 24T

    former ukes

    Martin 1T, Martin Oliver Ditson Dreadnought Soprano, Martin Baritone, Ohana SK-28, Ohana SK-25S, Favilla Baritone, Kala KA-FMBG, Luna Great Wave Concert, Mainland Red Cedar Baritone, Mainland Classic Mahogany Tenor, Oscar Schmidt OU53, Oscar Schmidt OU57, Kiwaya Famous KTS-5 soprano, Ohana TK-38 tenor

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    Quote Originally Posted by 13down View Post
    He'll definitely do that. He already makes strat-shaped mandolins and non-strat-shaped concerts... so it should be pretty easy for him.
    def. He has some very unique designs, and their all great. He could totally do that. I was actually considering when i have the money asking him to build me a custome electric (still unsure if i'd do tenor size or another bari but custom) and i was even thinking of asking him if he could build an 'acoustic baritone konablaster' with the same pineapple design neck and head stock as my electric but acoustic might be cool may even hold off on a custom electric for this if he's willing to do it.
    Current Ukes:
    Makala Shark Soprano (high g)
    Vorson Steel String Solid Body Electric Tenor (low g)

    Electric Guitar/Electric Ukulele Based drone ambient music
    http://iamesper.bandcamp.com

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