Acoustic Guitars Maccaferri Islander Baritone Ukulele Circa 1950's USA Pre-Owned

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Very cool and rare Styron-plastic ukulele from the 50's! Excellent condition of it's age with some minor scratches and dents. One of the tuning pegs have been replaced. Includes a soft bag. 

The Islander Baritone Ukulele was designed by Mario Maccaferri and made by the French American Reeds Manufacturing Company of Mount Vernon, New York.
During the 1950's Maccaferri developed a variety of plastic instruments including plastic woodwind reeds and guitars.

  • Model: Hollow Body
  • Colour: White
  • Top: Dow Styron Plastic
  • Back : Special Plastic w/Rosewood Effect
  • Sides: Special Plastic w/Rosewood Effect
  • Neck: Metal Shell w/Special Plastic Covering
  • Fingerboard Inlays: Pearl Dots
  • Tuners: Individual Planetary Gear Friction Tuners
  • No. Of Strings: 4

    Please view the photos carefully, as they form an important part of the description in regards to cosmetic condition, modifications and parts. All used instruments will generally have light scratches and marks to some degree. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, or would like additional photos prior to purchase.

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