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    Default Baritone ukulele

    I have just finished my first ukulele build, I have a wip thread running in the musical instrument forum but I thought I would post a few pics here also. I have thoroughly enjoyed learning new skills building this. It was designed by one of my daughters and built for her. Timber used, camphor laurel for the body, Claret Ash and Tasmanian Myrtle for the neck.




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    Looks great Cal.
    Are the 3 metalic plugs on the left in pic 1 for an electrical pickup?.

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    Default Baritone ukulele

    Volume, treble and bass knobs, push up buttons. The ukulele has an under saddle piezo pickup. Input jack is on the end of the body.


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