View Full Version : Cole Clark "Ukelady", new with pickup <SOLD>

Hippie Dribble
11-09-2010, 02:20 AM
hi all,

I have a new Cole Clark ULA1 "Ukelady" for sale...pics as follows:



wood: body, neck & bridge made from all solid Tasmanian Blackwood, Maple pin stripes on headstock and rosette
scale: soprano, 15"
overall length: 22"
frets: 17 (13 to the body)
fingerboard: Blackwood with 3mm MOP dot inlays
bridge pins, nut and saddle: Graphtech TUSQ
tuner: Grover Friction pegs
finish: natural satin cellulose
strap button: yes
pickup: fitted with Cole Clark's rechargable "faceblend" system, read more about it here:


The instrument is new, having been played lightly only several times. It has a gorgeous sweet and rich tone, incredible action and is top of the line in Australian luthiery

why am I selling: because I have a Mya Moe and a Kamaka in the mail, and a custom being built for me as I speak...with over 20 ukes in the house something has to give...reluctant but necessary sale

RRP: $850 (the cheapest online price I have seen for these is $760)

I am asking $700. This is also inclusive of shipping to anywhere in the world, and a brown leather strap with Cole Clark logo valued at $40.

Thanks for looking guys. Cheers!!! eugene

(I'll leave it up for a week and then advertise elsewhere if no interest)

Hippie Dribble
11-09-2010, 02:24 AM
here are some more pictures:


Hippie Dribble
11-09-2010, 02:29 AM
And finally, some more:


11-09-2010, 09:21 AM
Tasmanian blackwood is a very beautiful timber, closely related to Koa, and having tonal qualites very similar, somewhere between Koa and Mahogany. I hope it goes to good home!!!

mm stan
11-09-2010, 05:41 PM
Wow wish I had some extra moo lah.....drooling.....It should go quickly...

11-09-2010, 05:53 PM
Eugene - isn't 15" scale a concert uke not a soprano? By the way, I really like this uke a lot! I hadn't even heard of them until this week.

Hippie Dribble
11-09-2010, 06:45 PM
Eugene - isn't 15" scale a concert uke not a soprano? By the way, I really like this uke a lot! I hadn't even heard of them until this week.

hi Mary...good point you make

standard soprano scale length usually 13-14" with overall length 21"

standard concert scale length usually 15" with overall length 23"

this model is somewhere in between the two but certainly has a soprano voicing, longer neck than most sopranos though

thanks for the comments mate...she's a beautiful uke for sure :)

Hippie Dribble
11-11-2010, 11:28 PM

price drop: $650 free shipping anywhere

mm stan
11-12-2010, 03:01 PM
Gee, this ukulele hasn't sold yet....hmmm that's a really good deal!!!

Hippie Dribble
11-20-2010, 01:34 AM
thanks for those who enquired about the Cole Clark.

The uke has been sold and is flying over to the Canary Islands as we speak!

Thanks to the UU for this board on which to buy and sell our ukes. Cheers all!