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1960s Martin Style 0 Ukulele

Classic Martin Style 0 Ukulele from the 1960s. Overall a wonderful player ukulele in gently played – all original condition. Total length is 21 inches. Martin ukuleles are amongst the most sought after player ukuleles and continue to be considered a ‘player’s choice’ amongst enthusiasts and recording musicians alike. All mahogany wood construction. Excellent ‘presence’ with deep lows and balanced mid-range. Barky for a mahogany uke you’ll be surprised at the punch this one packs for a little soprano uke. A rare find for the true ukulele enthusiast. Price: SOLD
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Limited: Martin 5M ‘Daisy’ Ukulele

Martin 5M Ukulele for sale. New ‘old stock’ – Straight from the custom shop at C.F. Martin & Co from 2006 and never played! Limited edition Martin 5M ‘Daisy’ Soprano Ukulele. A new reissue of the 1920’s custom 5M that was designed by C.F. Martin III to his wife, Daisy, and now in the Matin museum. Handcrafted with the utmost care this gorgeous limited edition uke is number 52 of 100 to have been made. The top, back, and sides are made of master grade flame mahogany wood, ivroid body binding on top and back, abalone top trim around top and back edges, abalo
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1960s Martin 3M Ukulele

Vintage Martin 3M Ukulele. Here is a very rare 1960’s Martin 3M (Mahogany Model) Soprano Ukulele with original case and warranty card. mint condition; 10 out of 10. Classic mahogany face, back and sides with celluloid binding on top and back. Ebony fretboard and C.F. Martin & Co decal on headstock and in perfect condition. There is also a C.F. Martin & Co stamp on the inside of the soundhole as well. There are no issues with the ukulele and it is both a phenomenal player ukulele but even a better collectible uke. The is not the reissue uke that has somewhat
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1930s Martin Style 0 Ukulele

Vintage Martin Style 0 Ukulele. A beautiful and rare 1930s Martin Style 0 ukulele. This one is in all original condition. A nice player with a bit of play wear from hours of enjoyment over the years. Solid mahogany face, back, sides, neck, and bridge with rosewood fretboard. No cracks. No fractures. A number of scratches, nicks, and dings but this little monster plays like there is no tomorrow. Perfect for both the collector and the musician. The 1930s Martin Style 0 Ukuleles are characterized by the C.F. Martin & Co decal on the face of the headstock, the bar f
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