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1920s Kamaka Guitar – Hawaiian Koa

1920s Kamaka Guitar. Beautiful and extremely rare 1920s Kamaka Guitar set up in Hawaiian-style lap steel play. This gorgeous piece is only one of a few guitars handcrafted by Kamaka. Kamaka guitars are tremendously rare and highly collectible Hawaiian instruments. This one is handcrafted in the spanish style construction out of gorgeous Hawaiian curly Koa wood face, back, sides, neck, and fretboard.  The instrument also boasts an elegant rope marquetry rosette and top purfling, bridge pin set up, and original geared side tuners. I have only seen three of these in my
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Custom Glyph Concert Ukulele

Beautiful Custom Glyph Concert Ukulele in gorgeous original condition handcrafted by Dave Means of Annapolis, Maryland. This one is in near mint original condition and is a great playing concert uke. Elegant Hawaiian koa face, back and sides. Honduras mahogany neck with ebony fretboard and bridge. Fourteen fret joint to the body and excellent sustain with rope marquetry inlay on fretboard, headstock, and matching top and back binding. Action is set nice and low for ease of play. Gorgeous shell rosette inlay around soundhole. Beautiful tones, a very rare custom Glyph
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Custom Glyph ‘Dias Replica’ Ukulele

Beautiful Custom Glyph ‘Dias Replica’ Soprano Ukulele handcrafted by luthier David Means of Annapolis, Maryland and in excellent original condition. Glyph instruments are highly sought after custom pieces and last I heard there was nearly a three year wait for one of David’s incredible Glyph ukuleles. The instrument is scaled after the original Augusto Dias ukuleles of the late 1800s/ early 1900s. Augusto Dias was one of three luthiers along with Manuel Nunes and Jose do Espirito Santo who are credited with inventing the early ukulele. This beautiful custom Glyph is
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Custom Glyph Soprano Ukulele

Beautiful Custom Glyph Soprano Ukulele handcrafted by luthier David Means of Annapolis, Maryland in excellent original condition. Glyph instruments are highly sought after custom pieces and last I heard there was nearly a three year wait for one of David’s incredible Glyph ukuleles. This beautiful custom Glyph is handcrafted from rare and desirable tone wood, Honduras mahogany, face, back and sides. The fingerboard is crafted from premium Rosewood. The instrument has a fourteen fret joint to the body and fifteen overall frets to the soundhole, a gorgeous hand-carved
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