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soprano ukulele label

I currently make two ukulele models - a small bodied soprano in the general style of the smaller Portuguese cavaquinhos or the early Hawaiian makers such as Dias, and a baritone based on the Regal tenor guitar body shape which is larger and more rounded than the usual baritone uke outline. I will be adding more models as time goes on, but here are the basic specs for the first two:


350mm scale, 145mm body width, slightly deeper body than usual - 65mm at the bottom block, glued-in neck, Graph tech Ratio tuners as standard (Gotoh UPT or Waverly friction pegs optional at extra cost), plastic binding, Tru-oil finish

from £550

As shown:

Spanish heel construction; redwood top; ovangkol back & sides; cedar neck; Rocklite Ebano fingerboard; maple binding; top & side purfling; Waverly friction pegs



Royale Baritone:

534mm scale, 265mm body width, fan-braced Spanish style construction, Grover Sta-tite or Graph tech Ratio tuners as standard (Gotoh UPT or Waverly geared tuners optional at extra cost), plastic binding & purfling, Tru-oil finish

from £900

As shown:

Sitka spruce top; Honduras mahogany back & sides; cedar neck; Indian rosewood fingerboard; Grover Sta-tite tuners


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Current wood options:

Top woods - khaya, western red cedar, Sitka or European spruce (also Brazilian mahogany or redwood for sopranos);

Body woods - khaya, sycamore (plain or rippled), sweet chestnut, ovangkol (also Brazilian mahogany, English walnut or yew for sopranos);

Neck - Spanish cedar, European lime or roasted sycamore (European maple), depending on the body woods, all with carbon fibre reinforcement;

Bridge and fingerboard - ovangkol, katalox or granadillo;

Body bindings - white, cream or black ABS plastic, ivoroid or tortoiseshell celluloid, reclaimed maple or mahogany, rippled sycamore, koa or ovangkol; rosette & purflings may be black/white lines, chequered or wheat pattern

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