** Wait List...June 2022 is the next available completion date** 

Ukulele Sizes and Base Prices

Please scroll through the galeries to see a small sampling of finished ukuleles.
051_Koa Tenor (master grade Koa)
051_Koa Tenor (master grade Koa)

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Koa Tenor with hummingbird inlay
Koa Tenor with hummingbird inlay

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StarTrek Ukulele in Koa
StarTrek Ukulele in Koa

Boldly going where no Uke has gone before. StarTrek Ukulele for a super Trekker

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051_Koa Tenor (master grade Koa)
051_Koa Tenor (master grade Koa)

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Tenor Ukulele $1150.00


The Tenor ukulele is the most popular size ukulele I make. This is the uke I like for pickin’ and like them best strung in Low G. Because I’m mostly using my tenor for fingerpicking, I tend to lean toward spruce tops with Adirondack spruce being my favorite. I also like a few other spruces (Sitka and German) as well since they work better than Adirondack with some back and side sets. I also have an all Koa tenor that I really like for fingerpicking as well. Then again, when I can only bring one uke with me it’s my all mahogany tenor strung in Low G.
 

Koa Concert
Koa Concert

Koa Concert Ukulele

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Koa Concert
Koa Concert

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Two Koa Concert Ukuleles for Korea
Two Koa Concert Ukuleles for Korea

Two Koa Concert Ukuleles ready to be shipped to Korea

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Koa Concert
Koa Concert

Koa Concert Ukulele

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Concert Ukulele $950.00


The Concert ukulele falls between the smaller soprano and the larger Tenor and is my favorite size. It is easier to play than the Soprano while still retaining that classic roaring twenties vibe.
 

Flame Mahogany Soprano
Flame Mahogany Soprano

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Flame Mahogany Soprano
Flame Mahogany Soprano

Flame Mahogany Soprano with Koa Binding

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Curly Cherry Soprano
Curly Cherry Soprano

Curly Cherry Soprano with Ebony

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Flame Mahogany Soprano
Flame Mahogany Soprano

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Soprano Ukulele $900.00


The Soprano uke is the smallest ukulele and the favorite uke of Tin Pan Ally in the 20’s and 30’s. This is the uke I pull out when I’m wondering if “Somebody Stole My Gal" and "Ain’t She Sweet”. The Snowshoe Soprano ukuleles are constructed as they were back in the twenties in the classic style O.
 

Cocobolo and Spruce Baritone
Cocobolo and Spruce Baritone

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Cocobolo Baritone
Cocobolo Baritone

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Cocobolo and Spruce Baritone
Cocobolo and Spruce Baritone

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Baritone Ukulele $1500.00


The Baritone is more guitar than ukulele, but since Arthur Godfrey made them wildy popular in the late 1940's and early 1050's, they have become welcome in the Ukulele World. Their deep warm tones are infectious.