(C.2014). Mint. Custom Jeb Wiemer tenor ukulele handcrafted on Oahu, HI. Jeb was born in Hawaii and lived in the continental USA for a number of years before returning back the islands. Once he returned to Hawaii, he met Noa Bonk of Ko’olau Guitars and Ukuleles – where he learned the art of ukulele luthiery and apprenticed for several years before starting his own company Wiemer Guitars and Ukuleles in 2011.
This beautiful Jeb Wiemer tenor ukulele was handcrafted of rare Cuban Mahogany wood face, back, and sides that was harvested on the island of Oahu. Cuban Mahogany wood is a rare prized wood only available here in Hawaii since it was over harvested in Cuba during the 1800s. It remains amongst the most sought woods both for it’s tonal properties and its gorgeous appearance. Gabon ebony wood fretboard and bridge with a matching Gabon ebony wood headstock plate. Dual side sound ports for monitor like experience – one on the side of the ‘G’ string and one on the side of the ‘A’ string. Rope marquetry rosette. Honduras mahogany wood neck. 14 fret joint to body overall 20 overall frets and position markers inlaid on 5, 7, 10, 12, and 15 for quick reference. Satin finish on the neck and body of the instrument. Maple wood engraft and heel cap. Gotoh open-geared tuners for precise tuning.
Wonderful and full sound with nice projection and sustain. This ukulele is fun to play up and offers a nice warm and mellow tone with excellent volume.
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