Here's to swimming with bowlegged women.
Bruko no. 1
FS: 1920s Unnamed Baritone Banjo Uke
That's a wicked uke.
Jupiter Creek Steel string ukulele soprano/concert,
Harley Benton Eleuke Tenor Natural glossy,
Eleuke Peanut , Cordoba 20CM Mahogany Concert, Yamaha GL1
Morgan St-1 (rewired with 1 humbucker straight to jack for no noise or hum), Hohner steel string acoustic guitar, Harley Benton Banjo 5 string
Roland Micro Cube (2watt amp with lots of amp sims and effects, LOUD 2 watts though), iPad2 loaded with music apps(basically setup as a portastudio), Laptop setup as a DAW...
Very nicely done. The shark looks 3D.
"Music self-played is happiness self-made"
Sopranos: Donaldson (Myrtle), Kamaka (Koa), 2 Mainland's (Cedar/Rosewood & Mahogany),
Nahenahe (Mahogany) (Thank you Stan)
Concert: Mainland Classic Mahogany (low G)
and one flashy white and gold Titano accordion
That is great! I don't know if I'd play it at the beach though.
Flea with Custom Rosemaling | Kala Spruce Top Spalted Maple Body Tenor with Low G | Lanikai LU-21 Mahogany Soprano | LoPrinzi Mahogany Concert | Mainland Mahogany Slotted Headstock Tenor with High G | Mainland Mahogany Concert Banjo-uke | Mainland Mango Pineapple | Makala Black Dolphin | 1950's Martin Style 1 | 1960's Harmony Soprano | 1920's Banjo Uke
Really cool looking uke. If you ever drop anything inside you might lose a finger, though...
I'm not entirely convinced that it is possible to polish a turd. However, if one were to accomplish that feat one would still have a turd, and one all the more noticeable for being shiny.
Check out my ukulele-themed "stuff" at http://www.cafepress.com/fivebyfiveukulele - proceeds go to a good cause...UAS treatment!
Ha ha! Thanks, friends! I'm hoping to make a demo video with it later today.
Thats a mighty Sharp looking Snappy uke.
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