Ukulele Aloha 1920ís
Aloha Soprano Ukulele
This is a super rare ,much sought after,Aloha Ukulele made in Hawaii in the 1920’s.
As the craze for a Ukes swept America,many American companies sprang up making Ukuleles and a lot of them pretended to be Hawaiian .
The Hawaiian Uke making fraternity were incensed and it was made law that all Hawaii made Ukuleles had to have a verification stamp to show that they were genuine Hawaii Ukes.If you look inside this Aloha ,you can see the stamp,its smudged but genuine and that combined with decal on the headstock show it is the much sort after Aloha -the ‘Tabu brand’with ‘The Paradise Decal’.
Made from Koa wood . Kevin Parsons restored this Uke ,and gave it a new bridge,a new fingerboard and new tuners.
Comes with soft case.