Tony Graziano builds some of the nicest ukes we've seen but even by his high standards, this custom tenor is something special. Its shape is inspired by the Selmer guitars made in FRance in the 1930s and 1940s. This is a sweet sounding instrument, with a clear, balanced tone and plenty of volume.and it makes you wonder what Gypsy jazz would have sounded like if Django Reinhardt, the most famous player of Selmer guitars, had retired in Hawaii and taken up the ukulele. This model features figured koa in the back and sides and a cedar top. Includes the original hardshell case.