(C. 2013). Custom Mya-Moe Resonator Tenor Ukulele handcrafted by Gordon and Char Mayer and Aaron Keim of White Salmon, WA. This beautiful custom ukulele remains in gently played condition and incorporates a wonderful tribute to the historical resonator ukuleles of yesteryear.
Handcrafted of quarter-sawn Master grade curly Hawaiian Koa wood on face, back and sides, this beautiful instrument boasts a musicians grade ebony wood fretboard, consistent with the best in recording level instruments. The top and back binding and bound fretboard are crafted with esquisite Bloodwood wood, giving a nice contrast with that of the Hawaiian Koa wood. Gorgeous black-white-black top and back purfling lines for a subtle aesthetic appeal. The bound fretboard also adds for smooth play up and down the neck and is highly recommended for players who enjoy playing higher up on the neck. Gorgeous paua shell position markers on positions 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, and 15 for quick reference. A 14 fret neck joint to the body for extended reach in the higher positions on the neck with 19 overall frets to the sound hole. Classic signature headstock design of Leopardwood and Maple wood representing the Mya-Moe brand. Radiused fingerboard. Professional Schertler geared machine tuners for smooth and precise tuning, Honduran mahogany wood neck for added stability and sustain and a hand-rubbed oil finish. Some minor play wear – see photos. Neck strap button and Schatten Designs Biscuit Bridge pick up for quick plug and play.
This beautiful Custom Mya-Moe resonator tenor ukulele is characterized with a bright, bold tone and full open sound. Nice projection and clarity up and down the neck with exceptional low end and mid-range and crisp highs.