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Thread: The oldest surviving maker of ukuleles

  1. #31
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    Sep 2011
    Central IL & Fox Valley, IL


    Quote Originally Posted by Pippin View Post
    Kamaka has been producing 'ukulele since 1916 and Martin makes no reference to their original prototypes. My guess is that Dick Boak at Martin could answer the question of when they first produced a ukulele. In 1917, the uke was added to their catalog.
    Agree. Catch him before he hangs up his spurs, as is Diane Ponzio, later this year.

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