I have a good selection with over 50 different ukes in stock - new & used. Some are pictured below. All are setup properly before sale. Other shops don't do this but you don't want any instrument straight from the factory as the action is usually too high resulting in a difficult playing experience and out of tune fretting . Stock changes frequently so call for latest arrivals.
Made by a local craftsman this features a baritone/concert combination. All mature solid woods. camphour wood back and sides.
Custom options are also available. Contact me for more details.
This uke is made from mahogany that is a t least 50 years old.
A very nice ukulele with spruce top and rosewood back and sides. This cost in the region of £800 when new and it is virtually unmarked.
Ukulele No.1 from Thomas Johnson has a flame maple top and birds eye maple back and sides.
Made by Chris Delia at Carillion guitars this uke has Euro flamed maple back and sides & an Alpine spruce top. It is in excellent condition.
Laka bass ukulele VUB60EA £219 (with free gig bag)
Made using a combination of mahogany and sapele and featuring a mahogany neck and fretless rosewood fingerboard, the VUB60EA Bass Ukulele is easy to play and provides impressive tone both acoustically and also through the onboard Fishman Clásica II preamp system.
Alvarez Ukuleles have been carefully designed to deliver an open sounding and responsive instrument with good projection, volume and fine tone.
All Alvarez ukes are constructed with a dovetail neck joint for optimal strength and transfer of energy between the neck and body. The bracing design is a modification on traditional fan style braces to optimize response. The response is also aided by a solid “slotted” rosewood bridge, which enhances projection and helps to make string changes easier and quicker.
Other appointments and features include quality-seasoned tonewoods, real bone nut and saddles, mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard and premium tuners.
Top Wood - Mahogany. Back & Sides Wood - Mahogany
Top Wood - Spruce. Back & Sides Wood - Mahogany
Top Wood - Solid A+ Sitka Spruce. Back & Sides Wood - Rosewood
The Kala Satin Mahogany Series has become an industry standard since it was introduced it in 2005. These ukes are made of Mahogany which offers a full, rich sound. The Series comes in a beautiful satin finish and white binding that gives it a traditional look to go along with a great sound. This uke makes for a great student instrument and will stand the test of time.
The Kala Gloss Mahogany Series is where you start when looking for a high gloss uke. The Mahogany's gloss finish brings out the simple elegance of true mahogany wood grain. To tie it all in, it is trimmed with beautiful cream binding, rosewood fingerboard and bridge. For a clear, distinct sound with warm undertones, look no further than this series.
These Ebony ukulele shows of a reddish-brown striping against a deep brown body, all brought together with a contrasting maple trim for the binding and rosette. Finished wood in satin to give it the natural glow it deserves. The sound is deep and rich, with warm powerful tones. Comes with matte black knobs on the tuning machines, and black Graph Tech nut and saddle.
Mahalo brand is the world's best-known ukulele brand, With consistently high standards of construction you can count on Mahalo for quality and affordable prices. Start playing with a coloured soprano ukulele, a popular entry level instrument suitable for beginners of any age, with quality, reliable geared machine heads for easy tuning and a good sound
These heavy full-grain hide leather picks combine substance with the soft touch that only a natural product can give. Strumming your ukulele or banjo with a Jumping Cow pick opens up a whole new world of sound - warm, consistent and mellow with no lack of volume or tone.
P.S. Why "Jumping Cow"? Well, many of you will be aware that the word "uku-lele" is the Hawaiian for "jumping flea", inspired by the players' fingers moving so quickly around the fretboard while playing. These picks are made of leather and so we've substituted the "flea" for "cow" - simple! And it's better than one early suggestion - "moo-ke-lele"!!