Includes: Building your custom uke with your choice of the size of width at nut, your choice of scale length, solid peghead, choice of zero fret or standard frets, choice of low G or high G, Gotoh friction peg tuners (or similar), flat fretboard, and fretboard fret markers on the top. NOTE: DUE TO THE WIDELY VARYING PRICES OF WOOD AND MATERIALS, I ADD THE COST OF TONEWOOD TO THE PRICE INCLUDING TOP/BACK/SIDES, WOOD BINDING WITH OR WITHOUT PURFLING, PEGHEAD VENEER, ETC.
Same price for all sizes
A cutaway allows for easier access to above the 14th fret.
Price includes upgraded tuners!
This adds a great deal of pop to the edges, which highlights the wood.
It's the difference between bland and excitement.
Your listeners will notice this more than you will when you are playing, but it draws their attention.
Again, what's the top without the icing.
This allows you to hear what folks in front of you hear. It brings you into the experience helping you with things like balance.
Many players feel (and I do too) that a radius fretboard is a bit easier to play, especially barr chords. Guitars have it, why not ukuleles?
Crossrock hard cases really do "rock." Ukulele shipped to you in your new case. https://www.crossrockcase.com/
Made by adding a strip of wood (matching binding) and rounding it off to make smooth, comfortable place for arm to rest. No sharp edge, which gives a more comfortable playing experience.
There are many choices out there with various costs. I have used K&K Aloha Twin Double-Sensor Pickups with great success. They will add $120.00 to the cost. Others depend on the cost of pickups.
Let your imagination run wild and I'll see what we can come up with!
As we talk about your build, we can focus on exactly what you want, such as type of wood, binding, rosette, and purfling, etc. I can even share pictures of wood before I purchase it. I will be able to give you a more accurate price after initial consultation and investigation of cost of materials. I also strive to give a discount if you add several options.
Shipping costs are NOT included. I will ship to you at my cost. Better yet, if you live close by, I can meet you somewhere to introduce you!
I want you to love your instrument, so I give you 30 days to try it out. If you need me to make adjustments, I'll do it. If you want to return it for a full refund (minus shipping charges back to me), I'll give it.