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Dating martin tenor ukulele

I can't remember when they switched from the boxwood, but I know I've usually only seen that on the models from the teens. Unfortunately, the wooden tuners aren't as big a dating help as you'd think, because I've seen some Style 1s from the WWII years that used them, probably because of material rationing. I can't remember when they switched from the boxwood, but I know I've usually only seen that on the models from the teens. Unfortunately, the wooden tuners aren't as big a dating help as you'd think, because I've seen some Style 1s from the WWII years that used them, probably because of material rationing.But the ones I've seen from the teens had the dots at different frets (off the top of my head, I can't remember where! But the ones I've seen from the teens had the dots at different frets (off the top of my head, I can't remember where! When first they were made in the late teens, they had no position markers. Next the position markers were on the 5th, 7th, and 9th frets.The T1 retail price was .85 and the reciept states it was bought for . Here is a photo with the flash to try to make it look as obvious and bad as possible.

The top is bound with faux tortoise plastic and the rosette is a simple black-white purfling arrangement, BWBWB.

Taking advantage of the boom in ukulele popularity, Martin applied modern production methods and quality controls and most ukes now seen are based on the Martin models.

Martin guitar company is almost single-handedly responsible for what we know as the modern tenor ukulele and soprano ukulele.

In 1920 they started making them of koa as well as mahogany and these koa variants were knows as the S1k S2k and S3k (they never made a koa S0) and in 1922 they started and even fancier koa model called the S5K (there never was a style 4?

I grew up in a small village and so, I know everything about fishing and camping – believe it or not Also I adore hiking!

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