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It is a top-of-the-line hardshell case with a plush green interior.
Neatly painted on the top of the case in large gold letters is the name "DOC MORRIS".
In this case, it’s worth being able to identify which type of ukulele it is and how much it might be worth so you can tell if you’re getting a bargain. But with the new boom they’re back on the bandwagon. As well as making their own ukuleles, Martin also made ukes for other manufacturers such as Oliver Ditson.
To begin with they started by releasing new models. These ukuleles are identical to the standard Martin ukuleles apart from the maker stamps and decals.
Turturro is better known for a couple of other unusual ukuleles - the Turturro "Turnover" - a combination mandolin and ukulele, and the Turturro "Peanut Uke" with a rounded peanut-shaped back.
The most amazing thing about Doc Morris's baby Stadlmair is that it is a great player.
We may even include some of the old Uke Said It mysteries that remain unsolved. However, the collection of items found in the case of one of the ukuleles makes it clear that Doc Morris was not just your average ukulele player - he was a performer, radio personality, and ukulele teacher who was involved in the Los Angeles area ukulele scene for a number of decades.
However, less well informed sellers, such as on e Bay or in junk shops, will often not know what style the uke is. Whether the new ones match up to the quality of the old ones is an area of dispute.
It is accompanied by a pair of lightning bolts on each side - an electrical reference related to Morris's radio performances.
Below his name are the call letters of 11 different radio stations - presumably all places where Morris had performed.
The entire Miami line was endorsed by ES "Ukulele" Hughes.
Like many of the Stadlmair Miami instruments, these baby ukuleles were manufactured by Nicola Turturro.