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  1. I build Baritone ukulele and others sometimes, mostly baritone. I like the size and the bigger body sound. I sell a few per year and they are all meticulously built as im very picky. I am a new builder coming from expert instruction at Aarons Music Service. All the years of Aarons experience came from the old Gibson factory in Kalamazoo Michigan where Aaron spent a good 30 years i think, working for Gibson. He moved onto his own shop in 1984? His son Steve Cowles has taken over since Aarons passing on. A small shop dedicated to high quality sound. Everything is solid wood here... Thank you everyone for your support.
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About Robert Montgomery
Builder of many styles of instruments, Ukulele being one of my newest things as well as currently making a J-200 super jumbo guitar. I have 2 more ukulele in the process, baritones. We can do all sizes i beleive. I had to make all the tooling for baritones as the shop did not have them. So, Ive done the complete process which the one sold so far with a fine review really took me about a year to complete. Yea it goes faster though again, i had to make all the frames and tooling pieces by hand. I am open to make more during the winter mostly. As I said I have two more coming. One full mahogany, another full rosewood (bodies) rosewood neck is walnut and mahogany 3 piece, will have friction tuners this time. The mahogany body is on its way, almost glued up and the neck is not started yet. These are about $700 with case, about 50 to ship. May sound expensive but really, its a labor of love, they take about 100 hours or more to build.

Thank you everyone for being you!
Vicksburg, Mi
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Dedication to perfection does not mean i achieve it though, haha


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