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Reply to "The Ukulele Dynasty"

Thank you for this post Inda.

I have been to Hawaii many times and I love the gentle sound of the ukulele, but I was not quite sure where it originated either.

It is wonderful that the Kamaka family still carries on the tradition of making good quality musical instruments.

http://www.kamakahawaii.com/history.html

The guiding philosophy at Kamaka Hawaii has always been the candid, but sensible advice handed down from Sam Sr. to sons:
"If you make instruments and use the family name, don't make junk."


Love,
Sue
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