Or, what’s all the hubbub, Bub? There are a number of words that all try to describe how something old is used to make something new. Those used to describe the reuse of wood products can be particularly confusing. There has also been a fair amount of controversy on what each term really means. We …
If you’d like to feel regal when you play, the Royal Hawaiian is the uke for you! While you may be tempted to simply gaze at this beauty, make no mistake – this is ukulele sounds even better than it looks.
If you love the pineapple shape, this concert uke is the one for you! This beautiful ukulele is dazzling to behold. Concert ukuleles are a few inches longer than sopranos which gives you a fuller sound and a better note range.
If you love the beauty of Hawaiian koa, this is the uke for you! The Hawaiian koa that was used to make this soprano ukulele is of exceptional beauty. The koa gives this ukulele a lovely voice that is sure to captivate those around you.
With its high, clear voice, the sound of a soprano ukulele is quintessential Hawaii. If you’d like to imagine relaxing on the beach singing along with family and friends, this is the ukulele for you! This ukulele combines the classic ukulele shape with a snazzy two-tone body so it’s quite the beauty.
This concert ukulele is easier to play and has more fret room than a soprano, but it still has the bright, cheery voice you probably expect from your ukulele. This Concert ukulele has a body, neck and headstock all made of Okoumé. This African Mahogany ukulele has a beautiful sound! Bright and clear!
If strumming a ukulele deep next to a stream in a peaceful forest appeals to you, this ukulele will bring you joy! This beautiful ukulele has an amazing sound! Bright and beautiful.
If you love whimsey and inlay, here’s a fun ukulele for you! You’ll laugh at the adorable bunnies frolicking across the fretboard while bubbles float above on the headstock. The sound hole has a beautiful rosette that suggests a gentle breeze caressing this playful scene.
Made of repurposed wood and ready to hand, this whimsical birdhouse makes a fun addition to your backyard. These are one-of-a-kind items sure to catch the eye of the most discriminating members of your local flock. The lack of a perch/landing peg is by design. Bird experts recommend against them for the safety of the …
Hāmākua Musical Instruments (HMI) was founded in 2018 by luthier Ross Yamamoto on a small farm in Vista, California. His Hawaiian parents instilled in Ross a love and stewardship for the land and the ocean. From the wood to the glue to the finish, HMI responsibly builds ukuleles by choosing products and processes that have …