Concert is the smallest size we make, the traditional ukulele. If you say the word Ukulele to an old timer... they hear Koa concert. Tenor is presently more popular, but these little beauties still have a big following. This one enjoys the finest woods, a dual veneered Ebony slotted Headstock, an adjustable bridge, Ebony fretboard, and a carved Wenge Tailpiece. It has a Fishman pickup hiding under the intonated saddle. Weighing in at just over one pound and a few ounces, it's as much a joy to play as it is beautiful to look at. Small of stature with a big voice, just like my Mother. Indeed, this was named after my Mother, born Isabelle Amber... She also had nicknames, everyday she was Liz, and affectionately 'Lightning' by my father. The tailpiece plays with that theme. The last Concert that I sold was to a Miss Mariko over in Japan. She was kind enough to comment that her uke had an extravagance of fine woods. The same could be said here. In truth, both were made from the same tree.
All sentiments aside, yes, it is for sale... It also has a very nice stand that was made special for it. Made to be played, and displayed. Price: All Included (instrument, case, and stand. And shipping, Insurance, tax)... $4,200
However, a custom Concert ukulele can be ordered with your story and personality stamped upon it also, and you can suggest the name... Curly Koa Prices start at about $3,500, while other woods are less expensive. Custom Stands are Available Also.