New Fender models in 2023

Kandinskyesque

Friend of Leo's
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Would it be too difficult to make a uke lefty?

Never tried, but there's only 4 nut slots and a bridge piece to sort.
There's a few cool looking Ukes that Fender are making.
These two in particular.
They ain't cheap but versus something with a screen, I know what I'd rather be spending my money on for the grandkids.

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My Grandson is looking for a guitar the same as his "Big Grampa", I think it wiser to keep his 5 y/o fingers on a Uke first because he's already able to play a few chords on his sister's lefty uke as well as a few scales/tunes on the keys.
He's definitely been bitten by the guitar/music bug as was I at his age.

Unfortunately Fender don't seem to do lefty versions.
 

burntfrijoles

Doctor of Teleocity
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More craptastic colors, hideous oddities (paranormal II), the new AQV (American Quasi-Vintage) series, Am Pro III. I also suspect that they’ll largely ignore the Thinline.
Perhaps we’ll get a new neck profile. They birth those like rabbits.
 

Milspec

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Time for yet another new pickup that was reserved for custom shop only builds to become in the American Standards. Price increases of 3%, and some language about being more environmentally conscience in using recycled materials in the builds.
 




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