Tag Archives: Mango

  1. Winter NAMM 2011 Big Report


    January 17, 2011 by Tim

      Well, Winter NAMM 2011 is over and I am on my home (back to reality) so I figured I …
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  2. Mango Fluke Full Review


    July 18, 2009 by Tim

    I want to start this out with saying that this is a fun instrument……..but it could be better. I received a Fluke and Flea from The Magic Fluke Co. a few weeks ago, thank you Dale Webb for being the first to send me instruments to review. I have played them a few times and have seen many of them at different fests and shops. Many people play them for their looks and the fact that the basic ones with the plastic (Yes I know polycarbonate, but plastic is shorter to type) back and fret board, along with a laminate top, they are almost indestructible. I read a story about a person that actually had to use their fluke as a paddle because they lost the oars on their boat and it was still playable!! I digress; read the full revie

  3. Oscar Schmidt OU7T No Strings Attached Review


    July 1, 2009 by Tim

    Today we are looking at an Oscar Schmidt Spalted Mango Tenor (OU7T). This being a No Strings Attached Review I will not be rating this instrument. This Tenor is one of the 10 ukuleles I had the pleasure to play while I was at the U.S. Music Corp. factory recently

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