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    Default Outdoor Ukulele

    Looking to sell my outdoor Ukulele. Thing is pretty cool.

    http://outdoorukulele.com/

    I have the black one. It has the newest Grover Friction Tuners

    $75 Shipped Conus

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    Thanks for posting fast fox, never seen these before. I'm not in the market right now, wife got me a Yamaha guitalele last year for birthday, lovin' that little thing. Good luck with your sale, interesting Uke that one is.

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    For what it is, it sounds pretty good too. If you youtube it you'll find some people can really jam on these. Not bad for an indestructible uke.

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    bplite forum has a man there, who makes and plays ukulele's.

    post there, as well.

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    Get the BRUDDAH IZ model. Music enjoyed like an angel sang it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    Get the BRUDDAH IZ model. Music enjoyed like an angel sang it.
    My Pop used to go see Izzy when he was on vacation, he lived in California with a time share on the big island, turned me on to Izzy...great performer he was. Over the rainbow is a favorite of mine.

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    Great Over the Rainbow version IZ sang. My favorite version. On a White Sandy Beach - in Hawaii is another one. Both I listen to while hiking. LOVE including them on coastal hikes and while hammocking. Miss ya bruddah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogwood View Post
    Great Over the Rainbow version IZ sang. My favorite version. On a White Sandy Beach - in Hawaii is another one. Both I listen to while hiking. LOVE including them on coastal hikes and while hammocking. Miss ya bruddah.
    Yep, that whole "In dis life" CD is great. his music will withstand the test of time...they'er classics.

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    How much does it weigh? I've been trying to get the Fluke makers to make a backpacker's flea uke for a while with no luck... I am interested...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1azarus View Post
    How much does it weigh? I've been trying to get the Fluke makers to make a backpacker's flea uke for a while with no luck... I am interested...
    ah man Laz, I thought that was a done deal for ya, that's a solid instrument. I guess re-toolin dies is big bucks, for a small run, but I think they'd sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketsocks View Post
    ah man Laz, I thought that was a done deal for ya, that's a solid instrument. I guess re-toolin dies is big bucks, for a small run, but I think they'd sale.
    i just love a sympathetic response...
    Lazarus

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1azarus View Post
    i just love a sympathetic response...
    well, I know you were looking forward to it. maybe this one will workout.

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    Over the Rainbow

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    On a White Sandy Beach - in Hawaii

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    My daughter is learning to play the uke in school. Cheap little baby blue thing.

    Would love to learn with her.

    What is the condition of yours? Newish? Will you forward pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1azarus View Post
    How much does it weigh? I've been trying to get the Fluke makers to make a backpacker's flea uke for a while with no luck... I am interested...
    14.42oz on my Ozeri kitchen scale.

    Quote Originally Posted by swisscross View Post
    My daughter is learning to play the uke in school. Cheap little baby blue thing.

    Would love to learn with her.

    What is the condition of yours? Newish? Will you forward pics?
    I'll try to get some pics tonight. But, rest assured, its in like brand new condition. Never been outside. Jammed on a bit but spends most of it's life on the shelf.

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    Just realized how bad it makes me feel that my Outdoor Uke has never been outside lol.. pics coming soon

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    Check this out guys.

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