Mya-Moe Resonator, Supertone: Ukulele Window Shopping

Quite a few lust-worthy ukes on eBay at the moment, but the one that really lubes my wallet-slit is this Mya Moe Tenor resonator.

Some fancy soundhole decorating on this G-String Hibiscus and this a href=”http://ukulelehunt.com/buy-ukulele/brands/pahu-kani-ukulele/”>Pahu Kani.

Another formerly Formby ukulele.

A while back I was wonder about a, no longer listed, ukulele that was advertised as Nunes but looked later. I think it must have been a Supertone ukulele – which looks mighty fine in its own right.

World War I decorated banjolele.

The Kala U-Bass now comes with a spruce top.

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  1. Ron Hale February 12th, 2010 10:54 pm

    Al and any other resonator fans can watch a series of
    videos reviewing various new National resonator
    guitars (sorry, not ukes) at the National Guitar site -

    http://www.nationalguitars.com – and clicking on media, then
    videos. Just click on the first one that appears and the others
    will automatically follow. A number of the later ones
    feature Bob Brozman, and on one of his videos, Bob
    plays various instruments through an acoustic
    amp that he created, to show how the amp would handle different
    acoustic instruments, and one of the instruments is very uke-like (Bob wouldn’t ignore ukers, being one himself).

    Yes, these are videos of guitars, but they are great (guitars and videos). Just sit back and enjoy.

  2. Shawnb February 13th, 2010 12:40 pm

    “lubes my wallet slit”

    All I can do is sit at your feet and wait for another gem like that.

  3. Woodshed February 13th, 2010 2:44 pm

    Ron Hale: Thanks, I’ve been watching those. Great to hear them played by a master.

    Shawnb: Thanks, Shawn, I was quite proud of myself when I came up with that.

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