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Griffin Ukuleles is really a one man band. Just one old guy who loves woo..
These two ukes are ready for their new homes.  One in California, one in Seattle.  I am very pleased with both of them.  The rich warm ..read more
Teri's Ukulele is now done and strung up.  It is time to install the MiSi  pickup.  First the uke is clamped to the work table and the ..read more
It is a bit time consuming, but a necessary task if you want a good playing instrument.  First you slide this tool over your fret, it is ..read more
Getting close to the finish line now.  Today I glued the bridges on both ukes and started the final fret work. with the utmost ..read more
Spent a couple of hours on the band saw today re-sawing some nice Port Orford Cedar that I bought from GR Plume Co's recent wood sale.   ..read more
Luthiers are pretty ingenious people.  Always dreaming up new ways to improve their craft.  I recently learned a very neat trick for ..read more
HIGH QUALITY BARITONE GIG BAGS - I just got two from my source in Mexico.  These are first class canvas bags, heavily padded.  The have ..read more
This morning I put a drop of dish washing detergent in a saucer of water, cut a piece of 1,000 grit sandpaper to size and lightly sanded ..read more
This tenor for Teri in California is going to be a beauty.  A really complex piece of East Indian Rosewood is showing its beauty as the ..read more
We practice every Wednesday. We have had a couple of fun gigs recently Last week we played at the Members Reception celebrating the ..read more

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