Dating vintage martin ukulele
Bottom Line/Personal asked two experts how to value old instruments…
Dan Orkin, Post–World War II instruments do not have to be made by a famous company such as Fender or Gibson (see below) to have substantial value.
This example of a Martin Style 1 Tenor ukulele dates to the late 1940's or early 1950's.
As ukes from this period do not carry serial numbers, precise dating is difficult if not impossible.
Our authorized dealers report being unable to keep our ukuleles on their shelves and because of our backlog, there is a mandated waiting period before our dealers can re-order.
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It is on good playing condition and while it has expected play and usage wear, it is structurally sound. Fret wear is minimal - nylon strings are very easy on frets.
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If you are new to the practice of yoga and meditation here's an opportunity to learn more and to try it for yourself. Just have a go and then you decide for yourself when you are ready to make the transition to the next level. Sound healing therapy (Tibetan singing bowls) You hit that join button because something about Yoga Meditation and associated activities caught your attention, don't let that be the extent of your involvement. If you rsvp for a meetup activity and you can't attend, kindly update your rsvp just so's we are not holding up the class expecting your arrival.
Have a look at the activities "on offer" and choose something you are interested in or think might be a good fit for you. (Hatha, Yin, Flow) Learning about Meditation and everything meditation. Get in there and rsvp for something, try your best to attend at least one or two activities a month. Most are very conscious of this, so thank you for that. What ever level you are on this group will suit you.
We work with other Yoga Meditation Studios on the coast offering FREE by donation or low cost classes.
We are all volunteers, funds go towards purchasing and or maintenance of equipment, hall hire, meetup website costs, admin etc,. Step outside your comfort zone and try new experiences.