Museum: Miscellaneous

Luis Feu de Mesquita has built a worldwide reputation in short order. His instruments are expertly and meticulously built, and tho...
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Love it or hate it, thereís certainly a uniqueness to appreciate in Montrealís Daddy Mojo guitars. The cigar-box body is fitted wi...
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No Serial #. A great sounding all mahogany ukulele, built, most likely, in the 1950ís. Completely original, and nicely setup in ou...
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No serial number. This Martin tenor was most likely built in the very early 1950ís, when the US was in the throes of a Ukulele rev...
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This 0-18T sold in-store the day we were photographing it for our website. Sorry. We have the photos though, and figured youíd enj...
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The venerable Harmony Baritone Uke. Harmony made thousands of these all-solid mahogany ukes in the 1960ís, and they have stood the...
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Serial # BA100150. Easily the largest guitar-like thing thatís ever resided at Folkway, this Guild bass has more air volume in its...
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A featherweight soprano with a great responsive and lively tone. Big and full single notes, lovely warmth, and excellent volume. S...
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If youíre looking for something TRULY special, completely different, and drop-dead gorgeous we do recommend that you have a look a...
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Luis Feu de Mesquita has built a worldwide reputation in short order. His instruments are expertly and meticulously built, and tho...
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Serial # 83613. A small tenor guitar with a robust bass response and full, clear trebles. This Wartime 0-17T is one of those diffi...
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A 1950ís all-metal banjo-uke, with a big and loud voice. Set-up in shop, the uke plays very well. Completely original, and in exce...
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