Sold Kinnard baritone ukulele w/ Crossrock fiberglass case

Price
2500
Shipping
free to lower 48
Location
Seattle
Size
baritone

Papa John

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beautiful and rare, serial #1181579
hand built in California of solid Palo Escrito rosewood with a German Black Forest spruce top

figured 3 piece mahogany neck
John S Kinnard baritone...side sound port...Gotoh geared pegs
loud, full voiced...radiused fret board...no fret wear
tiny ding on the top, treble side, lower bout

blue Crossrock fiberglass case or Kamaka hard case...both near mint...your choice
free frt to lower 48
 

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John,
Quite the beautiful instrument!
Could you give the nut width and string spacing G to A, please?
 
I could just scream. I have wanted a Kinnard and just purchased my first bari like a day or two before this went up. This would have been mine. 😖😣🥹
 
What a gem! Are you keeping a baritone for yourself? Wondering what might beat out this beautiful Kinnard!? I'm sure it sounds as good as it looks too!! GLWS!
 
as good as the Kinnard is, it comes in a close 2nd to my Kerry Char and the rest are for rough service gigs or jams...outdoor stuff. The Kinnard just hangs on a hook. As usual, I've found something else, I think I cannot live without...if the object of my desire sells first, I'll just keep the Kinnard.
 

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as good as the Kinnard is, it comes in a close 2nd to my Kerry Char and the rest are for rough service gigs or jams...outdoor stuff. The Kinnard just hangs on a hook. As usual, I've found something else, I think I cannot live without...if the object of my desire sells first, I'll just keep the Kinnard.
Ah a Kerry Char. What a nice and gifted craftsman. I drive by his workshop nearly every day.
 
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