Vintage 1950’s 50’s Favilla Baritone Ukulele Uke
VINTAGE 1950'S FAVILLA BARITONE UKULELE
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Description: 1950's Favilla baritone ukulele w/ case
Cosmetic Condition: Very good condition: some knicks, dings, scratches, weather checking on top, back & sides
Body: All mahogany body, ladder braced, stamped made in New york, USA on inside back, rosewood bridge
Neck: Mahogany neck,18 fret rosewood fingerboard w/ micro dot inlays, frets are in excellent condition & neck is straight, Original tuners, 1 3/16 in nut width
Playability/Sound: As Jimmy D'Aquisto once said, "A lot of good cabinetmakers out there but no artists". A lot of people making nice looking instruments but not the superior, great sounding ones. This one plays and sounds great! Immaculate looking!
Case: Vintage chipboard case included
Builders of fine stringed instruments for four generations...
The Favilla Family circa 1935
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outside Milwaukee Wisconsin. We've hundreds of guitars, basses, amps,
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