A very nice Martin tenor uke from the 1940s, we can't be positive about the year but we know it's from after World War II and we know it's from before the 1950s (because of the brown faux tortoiseshell binding). Original throughout. This would be significantly more expensive but the crack in the lower (treble) side was glued without getting the two sides of the crack level. This means you can feel a bit of an edge when you run your finger over it, but it was well-glued and is very solid. You can see this crack in photos 6,7, and 8. There's also a nicely repaired hairline crack in the lower back that you have to look carefully to notice. A great sounding vintage tenor uke at a great price.

stock no. 54337

Model1T Tenor
Topmahogany
Back and sidesmahogany
Frets to body12
Bridge materialrosewood
Fretboard Materialrosewood
Neck materialmahogany
Bindingfaux tortoiseshell
Neck profileC
Total frets18
TunersGrover
Finishlacquer
CaseHardshell
Serial Nonsn
Electronicsnone