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Contest Comments and Questions

Who won?!

Wondering who the lucky winners of the contest were!? Guess it was not me (sadly!) Unless of course you have not had a change send me a note telling me congratulations! : )

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points earning system

Is it possible in the near future if your company or store would ever consider applying or implementing a points earning incentive for loyal customers, in which your loyal customers could use the points towards...

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Uke comparison

I bought a Pono RTSH5 from you guys a couple of tears ago and I really like the cedar/rosewood sound (Andrew, you recommended it ahead of the maple/spruce equivalent) I feel I'm ready to step up to a handm...

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Posting a Comment

When I try to post an answer in the support Center, it doesnt appear immediately. Is there a normal delay in between clicking post and the actual posting of the comment? Or am I doing something wrong?

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Humidification

Is it important to keep correct humidification for laminate tops or only solid tops?

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Kanilea guitar

Will HMS be selling the Islander guitar? Would great to see a review from Corey!

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Comments

This past year I purchase the Kala KA-CGE Concert Mahogany Gloss Electric with built in tuner for myself as a birthday gift. I absolutely LOVE it. I was so happy with all the custom add-ons and the quality of e...

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D'Angelico ukulele

I love the looks and the sound of the D'Angelico soprano. Who is the maker? Is the mahogany solid or laminated? What kind of strings does it come with? And finally, was the sound clip made with or witho...

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Website purchase

I bought a Pono ATD Acacia Tenor for my 15 year old musician. Has been an acoustic/electric & Trombone player for years and plays at competitions and gigs. Asked for the Ukuleles for Christmas and loved y...

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Romero Creations

I love these Romero Creations 'ukes! I travel a lot and think they'd make a great travel 'uke. Lots of sound in a small instrument.

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