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Tuesday, February 5, 2013 @3:18:24 PM

 

Melbourne, Australia 04/02/2013 23:28 Departure Scan
Melbourne, Australia 03/02/2013 14:09 Package data processed by brokerage Waiting for clearance / Released by clearing agency Now in-transit for delivery
  03/02/2013 14:09 Registered with clearing agency Shipment release pending clearing agency review / Shipment submitted to clearing agency, awaiting final release
  03/02/2013 14:09 Registered with clearing agency Shipment release pending clearing agency review / Released by clearing agency Now in-transit for delivery
Melbourne, Australia 02/02/2013 13:48 Import Scan
Melbourne, Australia 01/02/2013 18:07 The driver was unable to collect funds on the 1st delivery attempt A 2nd delivery attempt will be made
Botany, Australia 01/02/2013 17:02 Arrival Scan
  01/02/2013 9:34 Departure Scan
Honolulu, HI, United States 31/01/2013 10:26 Departure Scan
  31/01/2013 6:27 Arrival Scan
Ontario, CA, United States 31/01/2013 3:08 Departure Scan
Ontario, CA, United States 30/01/2013 23:25 Arrival Scan
Seattle, WA, United States 30/01/2013 20:58 Departure Scan
  30/01/2013 18:41 Arrival Scan
Richmond, BC, Canada 30/01/2013 17:50 Departure Scan
  30/01/2013 15:50 Export Scan
Melbourne, Australia 31/01/2013 3:48 Package data processed by brokerage Waiting for clearance / Shipment submitted to clearing agency, awaiting final release
Williams Lake, BC, Canada 28/01/2013 16:35 Origin Scan
Canada 25/01/2013 12:27 Order Processed: Ready for UPS  

 

Check them out on the Romero website as linked to here:

#13331 - Tasmania, Australia. Built as a pair with #13330 for a couple's wedding presents. Figured maple neck and rim with our Belle Rose tonering, 12" pot and goatskin head made for an extremely powerful sounding banjo across the tonal range. We loved the inlay concept of math and physics.
#13330 - Tasmania, Australia. Built as a smaller version of banjo #09200, with the same checkerboard/chechen binding and trillium inlay. The customer wanted a longer scale length but intended to string it up to concert tuning - this has a 16 3/8" scale length. With the figured maple neck and rim on the 10" pot and goatskin head, this banjo uke had our classic Romero uke sounds - punchy and warm.
 

Rachael and I can't stop grinning and picking as they say. Will post some images and mp3s at first opportunity.

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