View Full Version : Ukulele Strummer - Steel strings

04-05-2014, 02:20 AM

This is a steel string Tenor Ukulele with steel strings, It has a bigger than mormal strumstick style body, which gives excellent tone and projection. It was made by me in my Canadian workshop, using all solid wood. Price is $290 this includes shipping

For sound samples go to [URL="http://www.bigleafmandolins.com"]

Sides - Walnut Back

Back - Curly Maple

Neck - Cherry

Tuners - Mandolin style

Tailpiece - Brass

Finish - Hard semi gloss lacquer

04-05-2014, 02:32 AM
You have some very interesting items on your web site. Welcome to the forums. I hope you look around and participate. We have a section of the forums called "Seasons", it's under the Contests heading. People post videos of themselves playing their ukes on a weekly topic there. I bet you would impress lots of folks with mando-ukes and bouzouki's etc.


04-05-2014, 02:35 AM
Welcome to UU, Stanley.

Looks like a cool instrument.

04-05-2014, 12:05 PM
You have anything that tunes like a baritone uke? DGBE.

04-05-2014, 01:22 PM
John - Thanks for the info. I had hours of pleasure going through the different forums, and yes I will start practicing hard so I can get a video together. at the moment I am playing a tenor tuned in 5ths because that is what I am used to. but hope to switch soon, I found the ukulele lessons very helpful.

CB56 - I have one under construction, It has a bouzouki size body, but with a Ukulele fan braced top, scale is 20.25" and it will be tuned DGBE or in 5th GDAE (with Nylon strings), I can send you some photos when it is complete.


04-05-2014, 02:56 PM
Is that the guitar strummer?
Will the pricing be similar to the other strummers? Standard, uke etc....?

04-05-2014, 03:22 PM
CB56 - Sorry misunderstood.
The Guitar Strummer is tuned the same as the Baritone DGBE but has a longer scale 22.5"
I can go shorter but the strings will be a little heavier, the price is $20 more $310 which includes shipping.


04-06-2014, 12:46 AM
Nice site. I enjoyed visiting it and listening to your sound samples (and the gorgeous instruments) Lovely looking and sounding instruments.