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Thread: 4 Custom Baritones for Sale by : Creed, Ono, Webber, Griffin

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    Default 4 Custom Baritones for Sale by : Creed, Ono, Webber, Griffin

    Continuing to narrow down my uke collection in 2019, I’m putting up for sale a group of 4 baritones. I can’t decide which of these 4 to sell, so I’ve put all 4 up for sale.

    first four front by , on Flickr
    first four back by , on Flickr

    Sound sample of all four.
    https://app.box.com/s/1jddgs0i62wdx7s36f1fm3u0b2fxds8d

    From left to right:
    1) Gary Creed "Creedy" Spruce & Black Walnut baritone built by Gary Creed in Virginia. It has an exceptionally clear and even tone, with some nice depth and resonance. The tone and volume are really exceptional (10/10). The neck has gorgeous curly maple and black walnut. This came with a nice passive pickup and has a good Tru-oil finish. In excellent condition, no dings or dents. The baritone is nicely made, very smooth neck and body. But it's not a perfect build (9/10), hand made by a craftsman. Satin finish. The neck is a bit on the thick side but has a comfortable flatter profile. Comes with canvas hard foam case. Read my review:
    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com...alnut-Baritone
    sound sample: https://app.box.com/s/e4f208hk103a08qja2zrhkhkj486azfe
    SOLD


    2) Ono 6-string bear claw spruce/ Makore baritone with octaves on strings 3 and 4. Built by David Ingalls in Oregon. Currently strung as a 4-string. Like new with a beautiful gloss finish. Flawless work. More can be found here Makore back and sides. Like new, no dents, dings or scratches. High gloss lacquer finish. Comes with Oahu hardcase. Outstanding build and sound.
    Read my review. https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com...akore-Baritone

    • Master grade Sitka bearclaw spruce top
    • Honduras mahogany neck with carbon fiber reinforcement
    • Nitrocellulose gloss finish
    • Cantilevered 16" Radius ebony fretboard with curly Makore binding
    • Ebony bridge
    • Ebony bindings
    • Monterillo rosette
    • Carbon fiber bridge plate
    • Unbleached bone nut and saddle
    • Waverly Tuners
    Much more info & video here:
    https://www.theukulelesite.com/shop-...-baritone.html
    SOLD!


    3) David Webber custom baritone with Englemann Spruce Top & Solid Pacific Yew body. It’s an exceptional instrument, flawless constructed, great sound. I’d put his precision and build quality on par with the Kinnard ukes I’ve owned, precise and flawless.
    Sold.
    More picture here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmtFTKhm
    Sound sample: https://app.box.com/s/zy20sox2njnje9ye76pnv67ewhxwh3ho

    • MINT condition. Lightly played
    • Rare model from a master luthier David Weber in Canada
    • Solid Engelmann Spruce Top, beautiful cream color with nice silking
    • Solid Pacific Yew Back and Sides bound in rosewood
    • Radiused fretboard, bound in rosewood, side marker dots on 3,5,7,9,12,15
    • Mahogany neck
    • Excellent Gloss finish. Satin neck
    • Gotoh tuners - black buttons
    • Nut width : 1-3/8" Scale : 19-3/4" Saddle Spacing : 1-5/8"
    • body thickness at neck & tail are 2.875" & 3.125"
    • A nice, light responsive instrument with cross bracing on the top,
    • Includes: Deluxe Hardshell Case

    4) Griffin Spruce & curly maple
    Good used condition spruce and curly maple baritone with MiSi pickup, built by Brian Griffin for himself in 2011, and had been playing it for 7 years. He was only selling it because of building a new one.

    The looks and tone are beautiful, warm, yet with a nice crispness to each string (unlike most baritones I've played). It plays like a dream with a thicker neck. The intonation is spot-on all the way up the neck. It’s not a physically perfect instrument, it’s been played a lot. There are some builder and playing marks, as one might expect on 7 + year old and well loved instrument, built in 2011. Many small marks and indents on the top, only adds to the charm. Includes new Musician's Gear Baritone Ukulele hardcase. Currently strung with SouthCoast Strings.
    Read my review: https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com...ew-instruments

    Body is tiger striped big leaf maple. The soundboard is Sitka Spruce purchased from Pacific Rim Tonewood, a local company that is the primary supplier of tonewood for Martin and Taylor Guitars. The Spruce was sourced on the Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia, Canada.
    The binding is Rosewood, the fretboard and bridge are Ebony. The wood in the rosette and peg head plate is spalted Big Leaf Maple.
    The nut and saddle are made from bison bone a local buffalo rancher near the luthier, Buffalo bone is reputed to be 35% harder than cow bone, and thus must transmit vibration better. The finish is French Polish. This baritone has a MiSi pickup, charger and instructions.

    Asking $700 + shipping.
    More picture here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskHu5W4E
    Sound sample: https://app.box.com/s/zc5sbgm0nn04v15rc4jgpbvar2wa0gvq
    Last edited by Doc_J; 02-01-2019 at 06:07 AM. Reason: sold
    -Hodge
    Humble strummer of fine ukes.

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    Wow Hodge, that is a bold move. I keep thinking I should do the same, but then I play them and chicken out

    A group of stellar baritones. Those unfamiliar with Webber he is a very highly regarded custom builder in the acoustic guitar community. I own a Webber tenor ukulele that is fabulous. When Hodge got the baritone he told how impressed he was with it.

    Good luck with the outcome Hodge
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    Very tempting ... great selection ... I would jump at one of these if I was looking for a Baritone ...
    How bad is your UAS?

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    Some great options. The woods on that Ono are stunning! GLWS!
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    Thanks for the kind words. The Creedy baritone is now sold.
    -Hodge
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    Very tempting. Too bad my New Years resolution is no more ukuleles until I’ve sold at least 3.

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    Man, I would have a hard time letting those go—if I played baritone.

    Best of luck. I'm sure they will sell quickly.

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    I sent you a PM.

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    Thanks all. The Ono 6-string baritone is now sold.

    The Griffin and Webber are still available.
    -Hodge
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    PM sent.....
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