Stock Instruments for sale

 

For details of particular models, see the relevant website page or contact me on steve@beltona.net

for further information, photographs or to buy the instrument.


 

Beltona Southerner 14 fret Guitar

£1600 including gigbag and shipping within the UK

 

This guitar is an acoustic resonator instrument with 14 frets.

It has a charcoal and silver marbled paint finish.

It has hardwood fingerboard and Gotoh tuners.

A pickup can be fitted for an extra cost.

It is a light weight guitar with a loud and punchy sound.

 

 


 

 

Beltona Electro-resonator Guitar – This one is SOLD – contact to place an order

£1750 including gigbag and shipping within the UK

 

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This guitar is an acoustic and an amplified resonator guitar all in one.

The body is small and Les Paul shaped and with the increased depth it makes a great acoustic sound.

For amplification, it has a P90 magnetic pickup in the neck position and a K&K piezo transducer in the biscuit.

The body is blue with silver edge stripe, rosewood headstock veneer, hardwood fingerboard, mahogany neck and Gotoh tuners.

Chrome pick up cover, knobs and tailpiece.

 

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Beltona Soprano #2 Ukulele

£885 including case and shipping within the UK

 

The body of this soprano is the same size as the concert #2.
The neck is mahogany and the headstock veneer is Paua laminate.
The fingerboard is hardwood with Paua dots inlay.
The geared tuners are Gotoh UPT..
The body finish is a unique Paua paint design.

 

Beltona Concert #1 Paua Ukulele

£835 including case and shipping inside the UK

A standard #1 body with a unique Paua paint finish and a new headstock shape with a real Paua overlay.
The tuners are Grover brand.
The neck is mahogony and the fingerboard is hardwood with Paua dot inlays.

 

 


Beltona Kiwi Soprano Ukulele

£300 including bag and shipping in the UK

This is a new style of Beltona uke.
Originally my inspiration for the fibreglass bodied ukes came from the plastic ukuleles of Mario Maccaferri.
Maccaferri made his ukes entirely from plastic moulded parts.
What I have done here is combine the fibreglass body with a traditional wooden top and neck
The thin wooden top is mahogany, the neck is New Zealand kauri and the fingerboard and headstock are Indian hardwood.
These woods combine to give a sweet mellow sound.
The fibreglass back and sides give enhanced projection and more punch than traditional all wood ukes.
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The fibreglass body has a Bakelite pattern made in the mould so each one is unique.
The body outline is taken from a Weissenborn ukulele of 1920’s.
A traditional shape and it is able to stand on end on a flat surface.