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    This is more of an apparrel suggestion. What do you guys think about printing the original Ukulele Underground shirt logo with different colored ink instead of white? I am not good with computer graphics so I can't put up an example. But they could make a new screen with the Hawaii State Flag colors. You know, so it looks like the design is cut right out of the flag. They could do one with Reggae Colors. I know they just had a shirt design contest, but I think these would look cool.

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    I like the logo in white, and bought the brown tshirt and grey sweatshirt, but I have to admit, this colored version would be cool too, especially on black or brown. I'd definitely buy some more stuff with the color logo.
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    Building and Owning a Bettah Ukulele: The story of Moore Bettah Ukuleles
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    Darn it, I just ordered a shirt. But if you guys can print this one, I'll have to force my parents to buy me one
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedwahine11 View Post
    I like the logo in white, and bought the brown tshirt and grey sweatshirt, but I have to admit, this colored version would be cool too, especially on black or brown. I'd definitely buy some more stuff with the color logo.
    yeah most people on this forum like this... i 4get who suggested it... but hisa sig had like a uke with colors. haha

    i remember! or fred...

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    Always kinda wondered why they didn't offer the shirt in those colors. It would look absolutely awesome on brown. I'd buy two!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedwahine11 View Post
    I like the logo in white, and bought the brown tshirt and grey sweatshirt, but I have to admit, this colored version would be cool too, especially on black or brown. I'd definitely buy some more stuff with the color logo.
    I like that a lot!

    I had another idea just the other day (what a pity I didn't have it crossing my mind when the contest was on). A shirt with this printed:

    I UU

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    Haha, that rasta one is from Fred's signature. The original UU shirt was red and white letters printed on a brown shirt. You can see it in pictures of some of the older members. I think Fred and rayan have it in their profile pics.

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    I have no idea what goes into making shirts but if it all possible Please make a Sir Chunks-A-Lot shirt. I dont think anyone can say that wouldnt be sweet. Maybe throw Ukulele Underground on the back towards the neck.

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    The more colors you use, the more expensive it is to print. Just fyi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by khrome View Post
    The more colors you use, the more expensive it is to print. Just fyi.
    Yeah, you have to do more silk screens. But it would absolutely be worth it (to me at least)...
    Moore Bettah Kauai Dreams undersea inlay tenor "Hui Nani"
    Moore Bettah slothead offset soundhole tenor "Kula Leo"
    KoAloha KTMS-00 "Lokomaika'i"

    Building and Owning a Bettah Ukulele: The story of Moore Bettah Ukuleles
    Listen With Your Heart: The KoAloha Ukulele Story
    Listen With Your Heart: The KoAloha Ukulele Story e-book edition

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