Sold Tyde thin line boat paddle concert ukulele

Price
430.00
Shipping
Free conus
Location
Central Ohio
Size
Concert

Boofa

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Very nice Tyde ukulele, that is all solid (cherry?) Amazes me on its build due to looking and feeling like it was made from one piece of wood (miniature beavers maybe). Looks to be built like their Learner ukulele, but without any markings (including fret markers).

This uke is very easy to play due to its fantastic setup. If you like a low no buzz action, this has your name on it.

Selling to raise funds to purchase ukuleles for next years ukulele classes (already up to 42 3rd and 4th graders, stating they are taking my class)

Currently strung with Worth Browns. Just put them on and still stretching. Some pics still have the Aquila’s on
 

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I had a Tyde Learner and it was terrific!
I've never seen one with a sound hole like that. Is that just a natural formation or does it represent something specific- do you know?
 
I had a Tyde Learner and it was terrific!
I've never seen one with a sound hole like that. Is that just a natural formation or does it represent something specific- do you know?
That is the outline of Lake Tahoe (where Tyde started). They are just down the road in Verdi NV now.
 
Hello! Do you have a photo of the entirety of the front of this ukulele? I didn’t see one in the mix. Thanks, Jared
 
Here is the photo with my name
 

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Will also consider trades for a Tenor, baritone, or tenor guitar
 
Though I’m guessing based on the PM that this gorgeous uke is sold, this this question is irrelevant, did the tuners originally have black buttons but you changed them to white?
It genuinely appears to have been built from a single piece of cherry. Wow!
 
This uke is still available. The white buttons were on it when I purchased it.
 
This would be a perfect "boutique", MADE IN THE USA, quality uke for someone just starting out, with the same price point as that of an import...and this one is worthy of passing on as a family heirloom!
 
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