Saturday, April 17, 2010

Pegasus Offset Tenor Koa - Mango

Here is a Pegasus ukulele from Bob Gleason on the Big Island of Hawaii. Pegasus is one of the most respected boutique builders in the ukulele world. He has been building custom ukulele and guitars for years now. This particular instrument was his personal instrument for a couple of years. It is in excellent condition, and has been outfitted with a MiSi pickup. The body is of curly koa and curly mango. The neck is Spanish Cedar. Indian rosewood fingerboard, bridge, faceplate, and bottom strip. Abalone purfling on the soundboard, rosette, and heelcap. MOP logo, and abalone position markers. Koa and mango bindings. Dovetail neck joint. Micarta nut and saddle. Nitro lacquer high gloss finish. Excellent instrument. If you would like this ukulele, please contact Ukulele Puapua for more information. Mahalo.

Moore Bettah Dragonfly Tenor

I am very sorry for the delays in posting lately. Needless to say, it has been a busy year so far. I am not going to stop the blog. I will try to post regularly again. Here is a Tenor ukulele in curly Hawaiian Koa from Chuck Moore of Moore Bettah Ukuleles. One of the finest in tone, playability, looks, and craftsmanship. Spanish Cedar neck. Hand cut rope binding on the top, bottom, headstock, rosette, and bridge accent. Rosewood fingerboard, bridge, heelcap, and soundhole bindings. Hand cut shell inlaid with a dragonfly motif. Gold Waverly style Grover tuners with black buttons. High gloss nitro lacquer finish. MOP posotion markers. #1005. If you are interested in this instrument, please contact Ukulele Puapua for more details. Mahalo.