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Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele

New. Custom Koa Works Ukulele. A beautiful new Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele handcrafted on the Big island of Hawai’i by one of best luthiers in custom ukuleles and guitars out of the Aloha State, Rich Godfrey. This one was just completed and is absolutely stunning in appearance but plays even better than it looks! Handcrafted of quarter-sawn gorgeous and extremely beautiful curly fiddleback Honduran Mahogany wood on the back and sides with a curly Hawaiian Mango wood center piece, this ukulele is both beautiful and a great sounding instrument. The soundboard
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Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele

New. Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele. A beautiful new Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele handcrafted on the Big island of Hawai’i by one of best luthiers in custom ukuleles and guitars out of the Aloha State. This one was just completed and incorporates a wonderful example of simple elegance defined in Hawaiian Koa wood. Handcrafted of quarter-sawn golden Hawaiian Koa wood on face, back and sides, this beautiful instrument  boasts a musicians grade Macassar ebony wood fretboard and bridge with a 16″ radius for added comfort in the higher positions on the neck
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Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele

Custom Koa Works Ukulele. A beautiful new Custom Koa Works Tenor Ukulele handcrafted on the Big island of Hawai’i by one of best luthiers in custom ukuleles and guitars out of the Aloha State, Rich Godfrey. This one was just completed and is absolutely stunning in appearance but plays even better than it looks! Handcrafted of quarter-sawn gorgeous and rare set of beautiful Hawaiian Milo wood on the back and sides with a world renowned tonewood, Adirondack Spruce, soundboard – a truly magnificent wood combination, this ukulele is both beautiful and a grea
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1920s Kamaka “Shell Inlay” Ukulele

Collectible Kamaka Ukulele Circa 1920s. Custom Kamaka ‘Shell Inlay’ Soprano Ukulele. This special run of ‘shell inlay’ ukuleles are amongst the most desirable and collectible Kamaka ukuleles to have been made and they were considered the custom order instruments of Kamaka’s yesteryear. They are extremely rare and only fashioned in very low quantities during the late 1920s and into the early 1930s. The shell inlay models were typically done on the pineapple design due to the popularity of the shape at the time but, even at that, they were only
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