Before anyone asks, he has a several year waiting list and he isn't taking any new names. His basic ukes start at $2,400 and go up from there. I would imagine ukes like these cost thousands more due to the inlay.
I got to meet Chuck and play his ukes and they sound amazing. A guy can dream.
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I have a little ukulele problem myself. I've got a few Kalas, plus a vintage Kamaka soprano and a Kanilea soprano. I designed a couple of Kalas Ukadelics, so I have some of those as well.
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