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 $1495.
Kala KA-SRMT TRI Tenor Ukulele circa. 2014 – A limited run tenor uke with a solid spruce top, solid rosewood sides/back and a mango center wedge. EC, HSC $225.
Kamaka HF-1 Standard Ukulele 1950s – All Hawaiian Koa wood construction with Schaller friction tuning machines. VGC, HSC $449.
Martin Style 1 Soprano Ukulele 1950s – All mahogany construction with tortoise-style bindings. EC, SC $995.
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.
Magnatone “Aloha” Lap Steel 1950s – So the Hawaiian music craze of the 1930s-40s had manufacturers flooding the market with student grade lap steel guitars to the public. This Magnatone features a blue pearloid finish. VGC, NC $INQUIRE.
National Electric Hawaiian Lap Steel 1930s – An early example of a National long scale lap steel with a cast aluminium body and a single built-in pickup. GC, HSC $675.
Oahu Model 50K Lap Steel 1930s – An entry level student model for the aspiring Hawaiian musician back in the day. A small bodied, square necked acoustic with a dark finish. GC, SC $200.
Teisco Model EGDG Lap Steel 1950s – Another entry level lap steel for the aspiring musician. I’ll give it an 8 for style points though! VGC, SC $250.