- Jan 26, 2020
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That's quite a variety and a great pic . Some members would need a satellite to pull that off with their collections .
LOL..... taking uke photos are easier compared to guitars. This new pic took me approximately 2 hours. It's a good workout for me as wellDang, ricfreak … your family portraits are always visually amazing! How long did it take you to set up everything for this year’s photo?
Great to see this uke again. I am finally having Pops make a tenor for me and I used this one pictured here as a model. Not that it be exact but I asked for Koa back, sides, and face, along with Koa finger board, and bridge. You have a gorgeous uke and the minute I saw it, I knew I wanted one. Pictured here is the start of my uke. View attachment 153574
Aw! That's so sad! I don't agree that you're "not good enough", BUT I don't suggest to second guess motivations and needs behind a sale or purchase.This is my main uke, which I'm saying goodbye to. I have a cheaper Kala 6-string that works well enough.
I'm not a good enough uke player to justify an $1000 uke, so that money went toward a high end acoustic that I'll play every day.
I will miss her though. Never had a uke with perfection action and tone until this Kamaka. And the long neck helps a lot!
She'll be listed for sale here at some point but I've got to get some posts under my belt first.
Next time I'll post my Kala
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It's a tough choice for sure, but I just write 90% of my songs on a $200 acoustic and I've outgrown it. In any case, I'm trading one legacy instrument for another, so it's not a bad dealAw! That's so sad! I don't agree that you're "not good enough", BUT I don't suggest to second guess motivations and needs behind a sale or purchase.
A friend of mine recently found a beautiful Deering banjo in a Philadelphia dumpster, as an apartment that was being gutted. It cleaned up real nice!Uuuunnnhhhh. That is awful.