Here's a Fretted Friend chord book sized for your bari-uke case.
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Saturday, January 21, 2017
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Heavenly on four strings...
I have updated my previous post to include Zeke's blog post with the story behind the instrument. He's made many interesting instruments and has small posts on each including what materials were used and where they came from. Take a quick browse and you'll be hooked.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Check this beauty out on Elderly Instruments...
Size 5 (Mini) body of solid Sipo, single ring soundhole rosette, morado bridge. 4-string neck, solid peghead with old-style Martin decal, vintage style open-gear tuners with cream buttons and Elderly Instruments stamp on back of peghead. Solid morado fretboard (23"scale, 1-1/4"nut), small pearl dot position markers. Tuned CGDA. May be re-strung for GDAE or DGBE/Chicago tuning. Approximate body dimensions are: upper bout 8", lower bout 11", maximum depth 3 3/4", body length 15 3/4", total length 34". Satin finish. Martin flattop hardshell case. HISTORICAL FUN FACT: Tenor guitar or Big Ukulele?? We found a 1924 pamphlet describing the tenor guitar as a "Guitar-Uke" or Uke-I-Tar" !