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Custom Lymana Tenor Ukulele

Circa 2014. Preowned. Beautiful Custom Lymana Tenor ukulele by Lyman Ashikawa of Oahu, Hawaii. Lyman has been building custom ukuleles here in Hawaii for a number of years and handcrafts some of Hawaii’s finest masterpieces that are both aesthetically appealing and wonderful in tone.  Mr. Kazuyuki Sekiguchi of Southern All-Stars (Japan) and legendary ukulele player Bill Tapia (Hawaii) are amongst the elite group of musicians who have throughly enjoyed the sound and playability of Lymana Ukuleles. Constructed of  gorgeous blonde Hawaiian Koa wood face, back, and side
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Custom Halekoa Tenor Ukulele

2010. Preowned. Custom ukuleles by Halekoa Ukulele. Beautiful custom Halekoa tenor ukulele handcrafted by Steve Williams of Honolulu, HI in  original condition. Constructed of gorgeous Hawaiian Koa wood face, back, and sides. Rosewood fretboard and bridge with a Honduras mahogany neck for added stability. Beautiful maple wood top and back binding with a classy rope wood inlay center back seem for added aesthetic appeal and matching soundboard rope purfling and rosette in keeping with the theme of the ukulele. 14 fret joint to the body with 21 overall frets to the so
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Custom Vento Tenor Ukulele

New. A beautiful Custom Vento Tenor Ukulele handcrafted on the island of Hawai’i by Fred Vento of Vento Music. This is a wonderfully handcrafted cutaway model with a focus on ‘simple elegance’. This Custom Vento Tenor Ukulele has its back and sides handcrafted of Hawaiian Milo wood, handpicked on the Island of Hawai’i and the soundboard was fashioned from musician’s grade Engelmann wood that has been perfectly quartersawn. Hawaiian Milo wood is a coastal growing wood and is often found immediately on the shorline. This often equates to
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Custom Pegasus 6-String Tenor Ukulele

Circa 1994. Preowned. Custom ukuleles by Pegasus Ukuleles. Beautiful Pegasus 6-String Tenor Ukulele handcrafted in the traditional shape by luthier Bob Gleason of  Kurtistown, HI. Bob handcrafts some of not only the most aesthetically pleasing ukuleles available on the market but also professional recording level instruments for both the professional musician and recreational player. Built in the traditional shape rather than the classic shape, the traditional shape has a less rounded lower bout. The top is handcarved from a beautiful set of aged Hawaiian Koa wood w
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