Featuring primarily Baritone and Tenor sized ukuleles, I hand make my own line from raw materials and sell them direct to you on Ebay. I look at each instrument as a work of art and treat it that way. All wood is solid wood. I strive to put together woods that compliment each other in color, grain patterns, and tone. All assembly is done the old fashioned way, by hand. Necks start as large blocks of wood which I cut and carve the myself. Fingerboards are assembled by trimming to shape, cutting the fret slots, inlaying the dots, and setting fret wire. The sides are bent over forms I made myself. Consequently each ukulele is slightly different from each other, even when made from the same plans. It takes about 30 hours to make one from start to finish. Starting with serial #140 I have made a couple changes in response to customer feedback: I updated my logo and added it to the head stock, and widened the fretboard.