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Gibson ETU Electric Ukulele circa 1950s  - Well, here's something totally different.  Gibson ukuleles are rare birds indeed, but an electric one is something else.  This one has all solid mahogany body/neck construction, rosewood fingerboard, a P90 style pickup, with a volume/tone control plate.  It has been refinished and had several cracks repaired.  VGC+  NC  $2995.

 

Koaloha Pineapple Sunday Ukulele recent - Created as part of a Signature Series, this uke has a koa concert body with a tenor scale neck.  It takes the "pineapple" motif and pushes it to another highly stylized level.  VGC, HSC $995.


Martin Style A Mandolin 1951 - A different take on a mandolin using a flat solid spruce top and solid mahogany sides/back. It has a repair on the side. While not cosmetically perfect, it sounds great.  GC, GB $595.

Martin Style 1 Soprano Ukulele 1950s  - An excellent example of a soprano mahogany Martin with tortoise-style binding. EC, HSC $995.


Martin Style 1 Soprano Ukulele 1950s  - All mahogany construction with tortoise-style bindings.  EC, SC $995.

Martin Style 1 Soprano Ukulele 1950s  - All mahogany construction with tortoise-style bindings.  VGC, HSC $795.

Martin Style 2 Soprano Ukulele 1950s - This uke features all mahogany construction and ivoroid bindings on the body.  VGC, HSC $1195.

Martin Style 2K Soprano Ukulele 1930s - A early example of a koa wood soprano from the 1930s. CF Martin logo stamped on the back of the head stock.  VGC, SC $1995.

Martin 1T Ukulele 1950s  - The 12 fret neck model with tortoise-style binding on the mahogany body.  EC, SC  $1295.


Ukuleles, Mandolins, Banjos, Miscellaneous Instruments