Oh my! I’ve ended up with wall to wall ukuleles at World (Domination) Headquarters and will be crushed under with the next shipment from Ohana so call me up and get down here to save my life.
If I don’t have it, I can probably get it, and if I can’t get it, you’re probably needing to read less on the internet. I have almost all the good stuff.
Ohana Tiple TK-35-10
Meet Theodore. He’s a ten string ukulele … yup, he’s weird, he’s brash, he’s loud. He’s got metal strings. He can be tuned to C-tuning like most American ukuleles or D-tuning to make him punch you in the face. He’s perfect for mandolin players, ukulele players, and anybody wanting to bring a new powerful and organ-like harmony to their music. In Columbia, they play these with eight strings, but back in the day Martin made a bunch of these with ten strings and then a few other companies joined in the fun. Ohana was pretty smart to offer new versions of these.The one we have in stock is in perfect shape and we’ve set it up to sound and play wonderfully. It’s heavy and ready for an adventurous player to change their musical landscape.
for the rest of the inventory we’ve posted online. (There’s more off line!)
Prices are better for local pickup.
Set up an appointment to visit World (Domination) Headquarters to play some music. Gary Jugert 303-984-0777
I always have a few cool consignments you oughta come play. Give me a call to set up an appointment and we’ll rawk out first class.
This Martin is a modern and well cared for version inspired by the classic Martin sound. It’s got two cases and a bunch of accessories. It’s worth setting up an appointment to play. ($650-ish)
As always, call before you stop by to make sure we’re at World Headquarters and ready to open the secret vault.
Contact us at 303-984-0777 or email@example.com
Website prices aren’t always the best we can do, so come down and give us an idea what you think the ukulele is worth and we’ll contact the owner to see if they agree with you.