Year: ca. 1929
Nice and clean example of this popular Gibson Banjo-Uke with a 6" head.
A few scratches and minor dings, otherwise un-damaged and without issues.
This example does have NOT have the block-style rim and has no cracks or splits.
Modern calf-skin head, Aquila Banjo-Uke strings and it plays great.
A Nicely Used Gibson UB-2 Banjo Uke
with an 8" head, from the late 1920's.
Played for years by Ralph Shaw, "King of the Ukulele",
and featured on many of his youtube videos.
Fits perfectly in its Gold Tone Hard Case.
Condition: Excellent and Original
9" Gibson Trap-door rim with Banjo-Uke neck.
All-Maple Construction. Nearly perfect original condition.
Great Action and Playability.
Comes with gig-bag.
Case: gig bag
Maker: Gold Tone
Gold Tone Banjo-Uke
with 8" Rim and
with Resonator and Concert Scale of 14".
Case: gig bag
An Early Martin Style 1K Koa Wood Soprano Uke.
Ebony Friction Pegs.
All Original One-Owner Ukulele;
No Cracks or Damage, but Modest Playing Wear.
Good Neck and Playability with Great Sound.
1950's Martin Plush-Lined Chip-Board Case.
Year: ca. 1950
Mahogany Style 2M Soprano Ukulele.
Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard.
All Original and Mint and Unplayed Condition
except for a couple of tiny dings in the back.
Original Martin Hard-Shell Case.
Condition: N. Mint
Case: orig hsc
Year: ca. 1995
Accomodates Most Modern Import Concert Ukes with larger Upper Bouts.
Total Length 24"
Interior Lower Bout 8"
Interior Upper Bout 6"
Condition: New Old Stock