|A gallery of ukulele enthusiasts. UKE ON brothers and sisters!|
|Please submit your photos for our family album... the more, the better. E-mail your .jpg or .gif (along with whatever caption you may desire) to Catfish|
|Don and Uke|
|Don, Tim, Greg & UJ|
|Tim & Greg|
|Seven pix from The American Visionary Art Museum courtesy of Jack Rickenbach:|
|Uke and Don|
|Dave Means delivers Jack Rickenbach's new "pele Kai" Glyph uke at the Mid Atlantic Ukulele Invitational, 2005|
"This photo was just published in my school's yearbook"
|Two photos from Frederik Goossens of The Winin' Boys (Belgium)|
|Frederik with beard & baritone|
|Has Anyone Got a Match...?|
|"Jack Hall from England, U.K. proved that a ukulele didn't need to be made with conventional tools or from the finest materials to play well, sound good and be beautiful to look at.
This one-of-a- kind 1984 ukulele was made entirely from used wooden matchsticks...10,000 of them painstakingly glued together with 2 lbs of hide glue."
|Tony Hall with his father's Matchstick Uke|
|Jack Hall with four of his Matchstick Instruments|
|For more on Jack Hall's Amazing Matchstick Ukulele Click HERE|