Paul Summers and his brother Harold were both music teachers in Waikiki  and neither of them made their own ukuleles; they both bought from several different manufacturers of their day. The beautiful golden curly Hawaiian Koa  shimmers as you move it in the light.  It has a raised freeboard with mother of pearl markers, rope and celluloid binding, mechanical tuners and a brass "The Waikiki Ukulele" name plate on headstock. It also has a nice Paul F. Summers label on the inside and a coat of arms Hawaii decal on front of headstock and the Honolulu add club TABU brand stamp on the back.

Paul Summers  "The Waikiki Ukulele"

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