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sae turtle Ukulele


Les
Les
Les
Les

I started learning to play the ukulele when i got curious on how they make the sides of an ukulele. Did a little research and decided i had to make one. my oldest son wanted one so I made my first one for him. It is made out of oak with walnut for the fret board, bridge, and nut.

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sae turtle Ukulele

by Les
Jun 08, 2012
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I started learning to play the ukulele when i got curious on how they make the sides of an ukulele. Did a little research and decided i had to make one. my oldest son wanted one so I made my first one for him. It is made out of oak with walnut for the fret board, bridge, and nut.