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Automated Ukulele Band Machine

2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)


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  • instruments with Bass Guitar, Banjo, Flute Pipes, Accordion, Bells
  • Grade 3 Solid Oak Cabinet
  • Guitar and Banjo. Sounds great with rock, classic, blues, jazz and many other music forms.

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4.0 out of 5 stars You've Never Heard Springsteen Like THIS December 15, 2011
i must say i was a wee bit skeptical at first on putting down moolah for this thang. when my pappy hit his expiry date a few months back, the u.s. socialists tracked me down askin fer a place to send his monthly checks. well my truck, she been runnin just fine these days... and the house i been living in was paid for long ago by my mammy's pappy (we all just called him peepa) god rest both them souls. so here i am with dough pilin up but silence in the house always. not anymore, tho.

see, peepa was a fiddler and pappy was a sax man, kinda like that fella bruce. this house had music in it since the pilgrims came to texas. and since i have now become the prowd owner of evry cassette of bruce that my pappy hang on to, and i have became to like it too a long time ago. which brings us to talkin of this uke band machine. twenty grand is a heck of a hit, no doubt, but for me it was well spent. i wanted the music back in the house an I got it. but i ain't givin it that last star cuz of two big issues it got. first, it fails to say you gots to asemble it yourself! if gettin to the mart to get a cash order so you can fork over almost 3 hefers and 5 pigs worth in all aint enough to hurt ya, then gettin nine boxes of a hunert pounds each thru the door sure will. the directions aint hard to foller but i had to ask the federex mail guy (the white truck guy - a really nice guy if you get to meet him and i really want a truck like that) and we had to go bug rupert, too, just to git it off the truck an to help with totin each piece up higher an higher until you finally get to puttin on the top lid thing. an it is tall, i tell you. dang tall.
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1.0 out of 5 stars For lack of Ukulele December 15, 2011
I returned mine after discovering there is no ukulele included. It's a fine product other than that, but I really needed one with a uke. The search continues.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fascinating when they work December 16, 2011
There is, or was, one of these at the Terrible Herbst truck stop in Searchlight, Nevada (Home town of Harry Reed). You put money in it to make it play. It was a fascinating thing to see and hear in action when it was new, but it has suffered several mechanical failures. It would take the constant attention of a skilled technician to keep the thing going.
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