All Mahogany Soprano Ukulele
Instrument No. 1
This is the soprano Uke that got this whole thing started. lt’s 100% Mahogany, 13” fret scale, Indian Rosewood fretboard and tie back bridge. Mahogany neck and friction tuners.
This instrument is owned by E. P. Davis.
Ser. No. 1308

Maple Dreadnought
Instrument No. 2
Flat sawn Rock Maple sides and laminated neck, Curly Maple back, master grade Alaskan Sitka Spruce top, herringbone purfling and white ABS plastic binding, bound, radiused Indian Rosewood fretboard and Rosewood bridge.
The headstock is laminated with Rosewood and has Grover Rotomatic tuners.
Ser. No. 2708

Rosewood Venetian Cutaway Dreadnought
Instrument No. 3
Alaskan Sitka Spruce top, Ebony fretboard and peghead, Abalone purfling and black ABS binding. This instrument is owned and played by Doug Kolz from the Montrose Co. area.
Ser. No. 3409

American Curly Cherry Concert Uke
Instrument No. 4
A traced/measured copy of a Kamaka, Ohta San instrument commissioned and owned by E P Davis. It has a mahogany neck and a radiused Rosewood fingerboard.
Ser. No. 41209

American Curly Cherry Resonator
Instrument No. 5
A Dobro style resonator guitar with a laminated Cherry, Maple and Walnut neck, rope style purfling, cream colored ABS binding, Rosewood fingerboard and a Beard cone and spider bridge. This instrument is owned and played by John Limbach of Billings, Montana.
Ser. No. 5510

Tele Style Electric
Instrument No. 6
My interpretation of a Fender Telecaster made of Alder with a maple neck, Rosewood fretboard, Birdseye Maple top and white ABS binding with a Tobacco sunburst nitro laquer finish.

Instrument No. 7
Hollow neck, Hawaiian, lap steel, six string guitar of 100% Hawaiian Koa with Purpleheart binding. Commissioned and played by Chris Kennison.
Ser. No 71210
Listen to this guitar.

Rosewood Florentine Cutaway Dreadnought
Instrument No. 8
A  six string with a master grade Alaskan Sitka Bear Claw Spruce top, Indian rosewood back and sides, ebony fretboard, bridge and headstock face, with MOP purfling and inlay, mahogany neck and Grover Rotomatic tuners. This one is owned and played by Linda Check from the Diamond L Ranch in Norwood, Colorado.
Ser. No. 080112

American Curly Cherry Tenor Ukulele
 Instrument No. 9
An American Curly Cherry tenor ukulele originally built with a Western Red Cedar top, that top was damaged structurally during building and was replaced with a Curly Cherry top. It has a Mahogany neck, Rosewood fretboard and tie back bridge, Abalone headstock inlay, rope style purfling and rosette with celluloid Tortoise shell binding. This one is owned and played by my pal Ted Miller.(thanks! to Darla)
Ser. No. 090413

EP 335 Mahogany Tenor Ukulele
Instrument No. 10
Philippine Mahogany, copy of a Gibson ES 335 electric, semi hollow body guitar. Curly Maple top, laminated Birch/Mahogany sides, solid 65 year old Philippine Mahogany back. The Philippine Mahogany used in this instrument was repurposed from my mother’s 1936 drop leaf tea table that had become so warped and cracked that it couldn’t be used anymore. The finish is a Tobacco Brown “Gibson” sunburst, Ivoroid binding and vintage tulip tuners. This is a semi prototype instrument owned by E.P. Davis with, hopefully, more like it to come.
Ser. No. 100712

Parlor Size Guitar
Instrument No. 11
All mahogany, dark coarse grain on the back and sides and lighter colored straight grain on the top. It has a Mahogany neck, Rosewood fretboard, bridge and headstock with mother of pearl headstock inlay and Tortoise Shell binding, with Grover Mini Rotomatic tuners. It is 33 1/2 inches long overall .A little sweetheart. Built for Mr. M.D. Wittmer as a travel guitar.
Ser. No. 110713

Manha da Carnaval

Here Comes the Sun

Parlor Size Guitar Instrument No. 12
The exact same instrument as No. 11 but built with Rosewood back and sides with an Alaskan Sitka Spruce master grade top, ( 32 or more grain lines per inch ) Mahogany neck, Ebony fretboard, headstock and bridge, black and white ABS binding and Grover Mini Rotomatic tuners. This instrument is now owned and played by longtime friend Linda Sherman.
Ser. No.120813
Round Neck Fretable Resonator Instrument No. 13
Biscuit type bridge and “f” holes, made of Waterfall Bubinga back and sides, laminated master grade Sitka Spruce and Curly Cherry top, it has a mahogany neck with Indian Rosewood fret board and peghead overlay and Grover Rotomatic tuners.
The peghead was laser inlayed by pal Ken Koujourian.
Ser. No. 130415
Curly Cherry Tenor Ukulele Instrument No. 14
Koa back,  top and sides, built up Mahogany neck with a Koa peghead overlay. Beautiful woods and very sweet sound.
Ser. No. 140615

Dobro Style Resonator
Instrument No. 15
Curly Walnut back and sides, laminated master grade Sitka Spruce and Curly Cherry top, laminated Mahogany/Purpleheart/Maple neck with slotted headstock, ebony fretboard and peghead overlay and upright tuners.
Ser. No. 150815

Mahogany Hawaiian Lap Steel Guitar
Instrument No.16
Six string, African mahogany , solid body, electric, slotted headstock and Grover Sta-Tite tuners with keys upright. Birdseye Maple top lamination with a tobacco brown sunburst done in nitro laquer. It has a single Telecaster bridge pickup with an engraved bridge cover and an Indian Rosewood fret marker board. The headstock overlay is Indian Rosewood. This guitar has cream color ABS binding.
Ser. No.160316
Mahogany Solid Body Lap Steel Guitar Instrument No. 17
Eight string  from African mahogany with a slotted headstock overlayed with Cocobolo. The fret marker board is also Cocobolo. The head stock inlay and fret marker board position dots are mother of pearl. This one has a HipShot Trilogy tuneable bridge it is finished with a nitro laquer cherry burst finish.
Ser. No. 170618
Instrument No. 18
Six string Weissenborn style acoustic, hollow neck, Hawaiian lap steel guitar. This instrument is built from Ancient Kauri wood dug from the earth on the north island of New Zealand and has been radio carbon dated at forty to fifty thousand years old. The top is Western Red Cedar with an African Mahogany headstock with Snakewood overlay and bridge. It is decorated with Abalone purfling, inlay and rosette. All bracing and kerfing is repurposed Phillipine Mahogany salvaged from an 82 year old tea table. The fret marker board is Hawaiian Koa with Maple markers.
Ser.No. 180318
Instrument No 19
A Curly Cherry tenor ukulele, the second EP335 with solid cherry back and top and four layer Mahogany, Birch, Curly Cherry laminated sides. It has a Mahogany neck with Rosewood fretboard, Ebony peghead and bridge with Ivoroid binding and a cherry red nitro laquer finish. This one also has vintage Tulip, geared tuners.
Ser No. 190718