New Workshop

Good news! Last week I got the all clear from the hospital after a dire summer of chemotherapy. :) It will take a little while to get back into the full swing, but I am feeling so much better than I did a few short weeks ago.

So, in celebration, we have moved into a new workshop. The units in the Craft Village at Quex Park are _IAN1998great, but somewhat restrictive in both size and facilities. The new workshop, which is still on the Quex Estate,  albeit just outside the Park proper, is around 4 times the size of the old unit and has a full power supply rather than the shared one endured by the villagers.

Due to the recent treatment, it has taken a little while to get the place up and running, but, as you can see from the images, things are now pretty much in place and we are back in production.


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New Models

Following on from the new Soprano that we announced in the summer, we now have a concert sized version that has proved to be just as punchy with great tone.

We have also developed a brand new instrument that we have called a Cellele. You might describe it as a Bass Baritone. It has a voice in the same register as an orchestral ‘cello. It is tune identically to a normal Baritone Ukulele with the exception that it is a full octave lower. Here is a quick sound sample of the instrument playing along with a standard baritone.

It is equipped with all nylon wound strings, built in 2 band EQ and pre-amp (although the sound sample is being played acoustically) and is available either fretted or fretless. Launch price, valid to the end of January 2014, is just £380.

I’ll sort out some images, and perhaps a video shortly!

To find us now, you still aim for Quex Park, but drive around the outside of the park (follow the tree-line) to the junction of  Manston Road and Shottendane Road and 70 metres from the junction, in Shottendane Road, you will find us alongside Bruk’s Tree Surgery and Chainsaw Carving Centre.

Take a look at our opening hours and call in for a coffee and chat. We look forward to seeing you.

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