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3 Questions Interview: Kevin Crossett-Kepasa Ukulele

Posted on: July 14th, 2014 by dville

Kevin Crossett is a top-notch luthier from Vermont who builds under the name Kepasa Ukulele. Kevin talks about the Kepasa line and what he’s learned in over a decade of building high-end ukuleles.

 

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3 Responses

  1. I’ve never met Kevin, but I sure do love my two Josephine ‘ukuleles. You can see/hear them on most of my Ukester Brown videos. Thanks for the interview!

  2. harpdog says:

    Best ukulele I ever played was my “Personality Disorder” made by Kevin. It had the spruce top with harlequin style maple & rosewood back and sides. I let it go to benefit a charity, and have not heard another concert uke so fine.

  3. Jerry Posner says:

    I am a huge Kepasa fan – I own three of them, all the same body style, each with different wood combinations. Kevin is a great guy to work with, and a great guy to know!

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