These beauties have been strung up for a few weeks now and are really opening up -- they all sound great! One is made of acacia, from the Presidio in San Francisco, California, and the other is from South American cedar. The third of the batch is made of Australian jarrah and shipped off today, but the acacia & cedar ones are ready to go to a happy new home.
Here are some photos, too. For more, visit this blog post.
Below: South American cedar baritone ukulele
Below: Presidio acacia baritone ukulele
- Hand-cut Dart peghead logo
- 100% Presidio acacia or South American cedar top, back, sides, and neck
- Rosewood fingerboard & bridge
- Rope-style soundhole purfling ring
- Abalone fingerboard dot inlay
- Hand-cut bone nut & saddle
- Modified X-braced top
- Pegheds 4:1 planetary gear system tuning pegs
- Solid basswood lining
- 1-1/2" nut width
- 19" string length
- 13-3/4" body length
- 29-15/16" total length
- 7-3/4" upper bout
- 10-1/2" lower bout
- 2-11/16" depth at heel
- 3-1/8" depth at butt
The jarrah one is sold, but the others are available for $2,200 apiece. The price includes a hard-shell case. Please get in touch for a shipping quote.