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  • Tenor with carved Fishhooks and Turtle

    Made out of Koa with carved double fishhooks and a Honu (turtle) this uke represents the connection between the Hawaiian People and the Ocean.

  • Head and neck of the Reef 2011 Trophy Ukulele

    10 piece T-band neck out of Koa, Opuma and Ipe. Grover tuners.

  • Sound hole detail on Reef 2011 Trophy Ukulele

    Sound hole with wave carvings and Joe's logo inside the body. 6 String Koa Tenor. (#40)

  • Back detail on the Reef 2011 Trophy Ukulele

    Detailed carvings on the back show a palm, the Haleiwa bridge and breaking waves at Ali'i Beach Park.

  • Joe in the middle of Reef 2011 and other Ukuleles

    The harvest of the 2011 building season for Reef Trophy Ukuleles and a selection of other ukes.

  • Mango wood ukelele

    Concert sized body with tenor size neck. Mango with Ipe fretboard.

  • Carved Honu and Makau

    The turtle and two fish hooks are carved out of Ipe. The bridge is a Sunrise Shell.

  • Carved Bridge

    This ukelele has 3 sound holes and an extended fretboard (Ipe) with an additional hole.The bridge is carved with a sun pattern.

  • Spalted Mango

    Mango top Tenor with carved bridge out of Lacewood.

  • Bridge carved as iwa.

    Iwa (fregat bird) carved in the bridge; note the tail carved sound hole in the spruce top.

  • Carved top and bridge of Reef 2012 Trophy

    Fine craftsmanship in the carving.

  • Carved back of Reef 2012 Trophy

    The Haleiwa bridge and the islands of Hawaii are carved in the koa back.

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