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Barnes & Mullins Spalted Maple Concert Uke


The Spalt Maple used in these ukuleles imparts a distinctive aesthetic, a comfortable 'arm carve,' and a rich, pleasing tone.


  • Size: Tenor
  • Top, Back & Sides: Spalt Maple
  • Fingerboard: Composite Wood
  • Bridge: Composite Wood
  • Machine Heads: Black Die-Cast
  • Finish: Natural Satin
  • Strings: Aquila Nylgut

Please Note: Specifications are subject to change at any time.

Barnes & Mullins Origins

In 1894, Albert Mullins and S. Bowley Barnes launched "The Jo," a renowned musical instrument journal. Their expertise soon extended to manufacturing their own banjos and importing a variety of instruments. Today, original Barnes and Mullins banjos are prized by collectors worldwide.

Tragically, in 1914, Albert Mullins drowned when the 'Empress of Ireland' sank in the St. Lawrence River during the return leg of a two-year sales trip. Following this loss, Bowley Barnes continued the business, relocating from Bournemouth to Rathbone Place, London.

In 1976, Mark Barnes, Bowley Barnes' son, moved the company to Grays Inn Road, Bloomsbury. Mark Barnes, known for his fairness and generosity, passed away in 1986, leaving a lasting legacy among employees and customers.

In 1999, Bruce Perrin, a director since 1986, became Managing Director. He moved the company to its current location, Grays Inn House, a modern 46,000-square-foot warehouse and office facility in Oswestry, Shropshire.

Bruce Perrin remarks, "We are excited about the future and are constantly looking at ways to innovate and evolve, yet Barnes and Mullins has always endeavored to prioritize the customer."

Sale price$209.00 Regular price$299.00
Barnes & Mullins Spalt Maple Concert Uke
Barnes & Mullins Spalted Maple Concert Uke Sale price$209.00 Regular price$299.00

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