Gibsons: Two unusual Gibson ukes: Gibson TU-3, spruce tenor Gibson. But the classic style is clearly the best 20s Gibson Style 3.
Ziva painted ukuleles.
Electric ukes: RISA-inspired electric ukulele, Tear-shaped Vox electric (Thanks to Fred).
Ko’olau Archback Slimline Tenor.
Tiny Tim signed ukulele.
Cigar box uke with a “license plate resonator”.
Photos: Bessie Love, Yelling a song, George Burns.
wow, ziva is asking £259 for a lazy ukulele with a paint job, now i’m not saying that the paint job isn’t of a good quality and while it’s not to my tastes charging £259 for a lazy ukulele is criminal regardless of how it’# been painted.
My first uke was a lazy uke and it was £12 brand new and i’d struggle to find a poorer ukulele if i was really trying.
I seriously hope someone doesn’t get their hopes up about that, also it describes it as mahogany which is blatantly obvious from the photos it’s really not.
That seems a little dodgy to me.
cbf: Yeah, I’m not going to be buying one any time soon either.
It may be wishful thinking… but I’m seeing the lazys listed at £39!!!
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