Ukuleles

Soprano Ukulele

This is the soprano Uke that got this whole thing started. lt’s 100% Mahogany, 13” fret scale, Rosewood fretboard and bridge. Amazing response and sustain for a small instrument with nylon strings, it rings like a bell. The materials were all contained in kit form from Stewart-MacDonald, mentioned elsewhere. This uke is owned and operated by E.P. Davis.

This instrument has found a loving home.

 


Tenor Ukulele “Hana Lima ‘Ia”

A Hana Lima ‘Ia traditional Hawaiian tenor uke made of American Curly Cherry with Mahogany neck and Western Red Cedar soundboard. Also an acoustic/electric instrument finished with a light mahogany stain and a satin oil finish. Will be completed in August 2012.

This instrument has found a loving home.

 


Tenor Ukulele “EP 335”

This is a tenor ukulele that I call the EP 335. It’s built to look like a Gibson ES 335 electric six-string guitar. Made of sixty five year old repurposed Philipine Mahogany, from my mother’s 1930’s drop leaf tea table that had become so warped and cracked over the years as to be unusable, and American Curly Maple. It will be an acoustic/electric instrument with a tobacco brown sunburst finish, scheduled to be completed in July 2012.

This instrument has found a loving home.