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Sam Chang


1940s Paul Summers Ukulele

One of many luthiers who studied under the tutelage of the Kamaka family, Sam Chang was a builder who learned his craft through employment at the Kamaka factory before going his separate way. Over the years, Sam was known to build for the Summers Brothers, including labels such as the Moana, Famous Waikiki Ukulele, and the Royal Hawaiian. This wonderful historical ukulele was handcrafted around the 1930s out of Hawaiian Koa wood face, back, and sides. The neck, fretboard, and bridge also retain the traditional feel by also being hand carved from Hawaiian Koa wood.  
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1930s Royal Hawaiian Ukulele

One of many luthiers who studied under the tutelage of the Kamaka family, Sam Chang was a builder who learned his craft through employment at the Kamaka factory before going his separate way. Over the years, Sam was known to build for the Summers Brothers, including labels such as the Moana, Famous Waikiki Ukulele, and the Royal Hawaiian in addition to the Sam Chang label. This wonderful historical ukulele was handcrafted around the 1930s out of Hawaiian Koa wood face, back, and sides. The neck, fretboard, and bridge also retain the traditional feel by also being ha
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Custom Sam Chang Tenor Ukulele

Classic vintage 1950s Sam Chang tenor ukulele in refinished condition. Sam Chang ukuleles are amongst the great player ukuleles of the yesteryear and his tenor pieces are exceptionally difficult to locate. In fact, this is the first one I’ve ever seen! Handcrafted of Hawaiian Koa face, back, sides, fretboard and neck this one is definitely built in the traditional way (all Koa) with top and back white celluloid binding and more. There are two repairs have been made to the instrument. One below the bride extending toward the butt of the instrument and another on the
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