Most of my builds are for customers, so they get priority, but I still manage to make some time for "for sale" builds. Check in from time to time to see what I am working on or what's for sale.

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For Sale

Deep Shell back Tenor Ukulele
Curly redwood top
$2200                        
SOLD
More info

In the works

These are upcoming, "for sale" instruments.
Follow along to see the process. 
Feel free to ask question or share ideas. Email me

 

Double neck shell back ukulele
This one Su and I will be doing together.
 

Fretless

Fretless

Pine Cone inlay.

necks

necks

Tenor and a bass neck. Quarter sawn hard maple fingerboards. Su created the tenor inlays

Shell back

Shell back

Lots of sanding and shaping still to go.

Tenor Shell back ukulele.
Acoustic with Steel strings.
Koa top
Wenge and mahogany neck.

 

Headstock

Headstock

Imbuya and Wenge woods Still have to burn my tree of life on it.

Fingerboard

Fingerboard

Pine cone inlay. Katalox fingerboard Gold Evo frets 12 " radius

Walnut shell

Walnut shell

Lots of work still to go. Cleaning up and edge bracing.

Headstock , neck

Headstock , neck

Pau Ferro, Mahogany and Wenge. Super strong with the design with the way I glue the woods together and the graphite truss rod inside.

Koa Top

Koa Top

Bracing the top

Bracing the top

Spruce bracing

Shellac

Shellac

Got my shellac all ready. 2 lb cut. Just picked up a good brush a at local art supply store.

inside coat.

inside coat.

The shellac creates a nice reflective surface especially after I sand it with 2000 grit.

bracing

bracing

Shaping the braces. The Spruce around the sound holes takes a lot of shaping. The outside is really thin and gets thicker closer to the sound hole.

CLAMPS !

CLAMPS !

Attaching the bottom to the top. This is a big moment. This is when it all comes together and I have to make sure everything is right before doing so.

Ready for finish

Ready for finish

Oil stain coat

Oil stain coat

finish sanding

finish sanding

finish sanding

finish sanding

first coat

first coat