I took my newly acquired older Kawaya Famous uke to a relative that knows a lot about guitars. He says my uke needs a new bridge, and some repair to the body. The wood bows and is not flat between the soundboard and the bridge. I'm gonna take it to the local music shop-we have no uke shops at all nearby.
Do you suppose a music shop can tell me it's value, and repair it? Otherwise my relative says he can fix it, he has repaired lots of guitars.
What do you think?