Gibson Uke-3 (c. 1926-29)
A late 1920s top-of-the-line ukulele, this Gibson Uke-3 has a mahogany top, sides, back and neck. Appointments include binding on the body and fretboard, pearl diamond and slotted squares inlays, wood marquetry rosette, and silkscreened “The Gibson” on the headstock. It has one repaired back crack, and shows the signs of nearly a century of being a well-loved instrument, but has plenty left to give. The original hardshell case is included (rough condition, broken hinges). This instrument is in very good condition. More Details...
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Elderly Warranty: None Manufacturer's Warranty: None
The following specs were provided by our repair and appraisal teams. For a more detailed description please call (517) 372-7880
- No SN
- Worn dark brown finish
- Soprano model
- Mahogany top, back, sides and neck
- W-b-w-bound body
- White-bound 17-fret Brazilian rosewood fingerboard
- Pearl diamond and slotted squares inlays
- Wood marquetry rosette
- Silkscreened "The Gibson" headstock logo
- Pearl diamond inlays and slotted squares on headstock
- 1-13/32" nut, 13-3/4" scale, 6-3/8" lower bout
- One repaired back crack
- With rough OHSC (purple lining, broken hinges
- On consignment