Madrone tenor ukulele

O.K. the little Treukes wend down well, I can always make more when required.

Most of my ukes have pick-up systems in them, but occasionally I make one without, just pure sound. The pictures below are of a little beauty made in Madrone. This is a Califorian hardwood which makes good instruments with a somewhat flat and slightly pinkish appearence. Sounds good though. I have put a tasteful 1.8mm rosewood stripe as decoration and the rosette is my “query” type with a selection of shell discs. A lovely handmade tenor ukulele which will sell at £210 plus £10 P&P. A really nice instrument as you can see from the selection of pictures. There is only one!

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