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Dixie banjolele I repaired on accident when i realized that the pins on maxitone were skinny enuff for the dixie..and the peg heads just so happened to be identical..i had to enlarge the holes on the maxitone to install the new grovers..no harm done..
Dixie banjolele I repaired on accident when i realized that the pins on maxitone were skinny enuff for the dixie..and the peg heads just so happened to be identical..i had to enlarge the holes on the maxitone to install the new grovers..no harm done..
UKEPoetry
UKEPoetry
Coffeelele!
Coffeelele!
This is my Ukulele Banjo home made from a broken kiddies uke and a tambourim for a total cost of £15
This is my Ukulele Banjo home made from a broken kiddies uke and a tambourim for a total cost of £15

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Uke – My Own Plan
Uke – My Own Plan

Steve That is a very good looking ukulele! Congratulations!

Tero Riikonen Thanks for your comments! John,I never planned it to be more than a one-off and building is just a hobby for me. As far as plans go most of what you see here evolved as I progressed. At start all I had was my body template which was inspired by the work of the great Robert Benedetto plus the basic structure of the instrument. The body is actually a slab of mahogany routed hollow to ½ inch thickness on the back and sides. The top is laminated mahogany. There are actually two sound holes on the backside and tonewise I´m very happy with the outcome. Great to hear you like it,too!

john goleta LOVE IT!!!!!! DO YOU CUSTOM BUILD THEM?

Randy Mohr That is one great uke!!! How can I get a set of your plans??!!!

I had a soprano Uke given to me by my father forty some odd years ago. It became cracked in the back and I decided that I wanted a new tenor Uke. I saved up my money and got this. I added a low G string to it and love the sound.
I had a soprano Uke given to me by my father forty some odd years ago. It became cracked in the back and I decided that I wanted a new tenor Uke. I saved up my money and got this. I added a low G string to it and love the sound.

doug allen Watch out that you don't catch UAD (ukulele acquisition disorder) The three ukes I usually play are a soprano with high tuning, a concert in standard tuning and a tenor with low G tuning. And, they're not my only Ukes. Also your uke is really pretty.