Ed is a tenor ukulele in our signature keystone shape. He has Poplar sides and back with a curly maple sound board. His neck is Mahogany with a Cocobolo fretboard and bridge. He uses Grover 14:1 geared tuning machines pulling premium Worth fluorocarbon strings. His black nut is buffalo horn. Ed is electric and has a passive K&K Sound Twin Spot pickup under his bridge. Enjoy.



This is Ed - keystone acoustic/electric tenor ukulele with curly maple soundboard



This is Ed's beautiful curly maple sound board



The stunning figure on Ed's curly maple sound board has to be seen in the sun to be believed.



Grover 14:1 geared tuning machines



K&K Sound Twin Spot internal pickup jack



Simple Poplar is simply stunning. This is caused by mineral staining as the tree grows.



Worth fluorocarbon strings, a nice balance of bright and mellow.



See the smooth transition from head to fretboard



The poplar ribs have an unusual amount of figure for Poplar



Mother-of-pearl fret markers on side of fretboard



Quartersawn Mahogany head over a Cocobolo fretboard



Smile when you play that!