Zimnicki Reclaim Detroit Tenor (2014)

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Zimnicki Reclaim Detroit Tenor (2014)


This unique tenor ukulele was built with reclaimed wood from a 100-year-old Detroit house. Made in Michigan by noted archtop guitar builder Gary Zimnicki, this uke features a cutaway body with a Douglas fir top (made from a ceiling joist) and maple back and sides (from floorboards, complete with filled nail holes). There is some finish cracking on the back, but overall in excellent condition. More details...
This item has been SOLD!, sku: 180U-2513

$2,350.00
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Details

  • Cutaway body with oval soundhole
  • Built with reclaimed wood from a 100-year-old Detroit house
  • Douglas fir top (from a ceiling joist)
  • Maple back and sides (from floorboards, complete with filled nail holes)
  • Walnut bridge, rosette, binding, and joinery strips
  • 3-piece maple neck with rosewood fingerboard featuring multi-piece abalone inlays
  • Engraved pearl rendering of the original house on headstock
  • Waverly open gear tuners with wooden buttons
  • 1 7/16" nut
  • 17 1/4" scale
  • MiSi pickup
  • Built in Michigan by noted archtop guitar builder Gary Zimnicki
  • Consignment
  • OHSC
  • EC- (some finish crackling on back)
  • SN:U26

Additional Information

Elderly warranty No
Manufacturer's warranty No
New or Used Used
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