Price List                              July 2012

Basic model. Includes solid English Walnut or European Maple back and sides with E. Maple, English Walnut or Douglas Fir top. Maple neck. Flat headstock with geared tuners and headstock veneer. Laburnum fretboard and bridge. MOP dot markers at 3,5,7,10 and 12th frets. 15 frets with neck joint at 12th fret. Bone nut and saddle and fitted with Fluorocarbon strings. Fir/other softwood tops include a hardwood binding around the top. Hand finished in high quality Oil Varnish.




Concert                                                                £195

Tenor                                                    £250

Baritone                                               £300

Q Bass                                                   £350       includes pickup


Cuatro (Venezuelan)                      £325


Additional Extras:  Add

Side sound port (unlined)            £15

Slotted headstock                           £30         (individual tuners, not modified classic tuners)

Non standard sound hole             From £30

Timber upgrade                                                From £25 (see note)

Pick-up.                Various from:                    £20

Geared peg tuners                          £35

Cutaway (Tenor/Bari only)           £35

Neck joint at 14th Fret                     £25

Pin bridge instead of tied             £10

Side dots on fretboard                  £ 5

Other binding  from:                       £10 call for details

Inlay/other custom                         £call to discuss.  Includes various rosettes.

For 6 and 8 string models, please add £40 and £60 respectively to the base prices for Tenor and Baritone models. Not available in soprano. Pineapple bodied Concert size also available.


Note: Most of the timbers we use are locally sourced and vary in availability/readiness for use. We seldom build from imported/exotic timbers. Please call or e-mail to discuss availability.

6 thoughts on “Prices”

  1. Is the Olympian still available? Could you tell me what the action is like please? Do you have any other pictures? Do you post? Is there a case? Sorry for all the questions.

  2. Hi Jayne.
    Yes, the Olympian is still available. Action is not super low, but can be adjusted if required.
    Postage is at cost, and no, there is no case. A standard tenor case should fit with no problems.
    I’ll dig out some more images.

  3. Do you have any concert ukuleles in stock or due you make them to order?
    I like the idea of the walnut maple mix of woods.

    1. I am currently working on a new concert style, which should be ready in about six weeks. We do normally make to order.

      1. Can you give any more info on the new style?
        As I live fairly locally it might be best to come and see you to discuss options.

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