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Custom Homero Tenor Ukulele

New 2023. Beautifully handcrafted full custom tenor ukulele handcrafted by luthier, Homero Chapa of Brownsville, Texas. Homero ukuleles offer an aesthetic and approach that is a blend of interests and experiences by Homero that yield an instrument of tremendous beauty – both aesthetically and tonally. Homero began building musical instruments after having grown up and worked in the agricultural industry, where he first found his passion for nature and the beauty that lies within our everyday lives. After several years in agriculture, Homero took to the constru
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Custom Stansell Baritone Ukulele

Circa 2018. Beautiful Les Stansell Baritone Ukulele previously owned by Les. Les combines a traditional Spanish Classic design, meticulously handcrafting each instrument with comfort, tone, and aesthetics in mind. Living on the South Oregon Coast, Stansell incorporates the very best this rare wood has to offer in a quest to emulate Spanish classical guitar masters. Stansell Guitars and Ukuleles was profiled in the April 2011 edition of Acoustic Guitar Magazine. His short documentary “A Guitar Makers Path” was also selected and screened at the 2011 Ashland Independen
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Custom Martin “Sinker Mahogany” Tenor Ukulele

Preowned. Custom Martin Tenor Ukulele handcrafted in the custom shop at one of the USA’s most iconic instrument makers, C.F. Martin & Co. in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. Beautiful Martin Tenor Ukulele handcrafted of sinker Mahogany wood top, back, and sides. Sinker mahogany are mahogany trees that were harvested and sent downriver to processing mills but sank at some point along the way. They are extremely difficult to recover and are often buried under silt that has accumulated over the years. Nonetheless, these logs are highly sought after by luthiers for the
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Custom Po Sans “Ancient” Tenor Ukulele

New. Custom Po Sans Ukulele by luthier “Po” of Sapporo, Japan. An incredible approach to 21st century ukulele lutherie, Po continues to design elements into his builds that elevate his pieces into the category of functional art. His interest in finely handcrafted ukuleles and guitars began in 1997 when he studied under famed Japanese luthiers, Mitsuhiro and Izumi Uchida of Nagano, Japan. In 2001, Po began his journey as a new luthier in handcrafted guitars and ukuleles and continued on this path for ten years, handcrafting some of the finest guitars and
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