Who’s bought and plays our instruments?


Bill Hullett – Brendan Croker – Bryn Haworth – David Knopfler – Dominic Turner – Eric Clapton – Gary Moore – James Hill – Keb Mo – Kristina Olsen – Mark Knopfler – Martin Simpson – Richard Bennett – Sonny Landreth – Steve Phillips – Tiny Tim – The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain – The Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra – The Serious Ukulele Ensemble

Mark Knopfler

Mark Knopfler playing his Beltona Electro in London, 1998

Tiny Tim

Tiny Tim and his Beltona uke.

Craig Paice

Craig Paice with his personalised paint job
Beltona Blue Uke.

Steve PhillipsNotting Hillbillies Steve Phillips with his early Electro Model Beltona Paul MoorePaul Moore, the hottest one-man-band in the middle east playing his Beltona Tenor uke Brook TurnerBrook Turner
Clash of the Ukulele TitansThe Clash of the Ukulele Titans with Hal Brolund on the left and Ralph Shaw on the right menacing with his Beltona Ukuleles and GuitarsExamples of previous Beltona metal guitars
From left to right – 
Background: Standard concert ukulele,
Gold-plated soprano ukulele
Middle Row: Standard 12 fret single resonator guitar,
Standard 14 fretsingle resonator guitar, Composite bodied
14 fret resonator guitar, Electro-resonator guitar, 12 string
triple resonator guitar, Square-neck triple resonator guitar,
Standard triple resonator guitar
Foreground: Standard mandolin, One-off triple tenor ukulele
Jake ShimabukuroJake Shimabukuro playing a Beltona uke
 beltonaArchived Beltona items beltonaWellington International Ukelele Orchestrawith 3 Beltona ukuleles guitars