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Old 01-30-2018, 07:53 PM   #11
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Yeah, my lady's was a mess. It was her Auntie's and was stored in her mom's house on one of those high and hot little shelves that run around the ceiling of Hawaii bedrooms. When we opened it up after all those years, the bridge was popped off, the finish had turned black, tuners were frozen, and the top had a full length crack in it. I wrote it off. She said call Kamaka. It took 10 months to get it back but it is a jewel. Personally, my next ukulele if that time comes, will be a Kamaka Tenor. This one was a gold label too, but the label was so damaged that they put the newer white label on it. I was bummed about that, but this tiny thing is a cannon. I have all sizes and it outperforms and out louds all the others.

But this isn't about us, it's about the OP asking about high end. I'm sure you can buy even more expensive ukuleles with inlays and exotic woods other than Koa, but dollar for dollar, investment against investment, Kamaka is the real deal.
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Old 01-31-2018, 10:15 AM   #12
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But this isn't about us, it's about the OP asking about high end. I'm sure you can buy even more expensive ukuleles
with inlays and exotic woods other than Koa, but dollar for dollar, investment against investment, Kamaka is the
real deal.


Main point is a Kamaka is a solid investment if you are really serious . Also great to know about the service being tops still even if it's on

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