Barnes & Mullins BMUK8 ukuleles use all-Becote tonewoods that display a glorious, marbled grain pattern. This unique tonewood not only looks spectacular, but also sounds great with a powerful, warm tone and excellent projection.
BMUK5C - Concert Ukulele in High Gloss Walnut. Truly stunning ukulele in high gloss Walnut finish. Visually attractive with a durable high gloss finish, a comfortable 'arm carve' and a very pleasing tone.
BMUK7CE - Concert Electro Ukulele in Satin Koa. Truly stunning ukulele in Koa. A visually attractive ukulele with a lovely Koa top. Note the grain of Koa is as individual as a fingerprint; no two ukes are identical. Grain and colour will vary.
The Barnes and Mullins UBJ1 Banjo-lele is a charming instrument. Made in the tradition of many banjo-ukes before it, the UBJ1 is scaled and strung as a Ukulele. The result is unmistakably ''Ukulele Banjo'' in both tone, feel and appearance.
The B&M Empress banjos are beautiful instruments named in memory of the ''RMS Empress of Ireland'''' steam ship which sank on Canada''s St Lawrence River in May 1914 with the loss of over 1000 lives. Mr Albert Mullins, who was on the return leg of a 2 year worldwide sales voyage, was one of the lost souls that day.
The Barnes & Mullins ''Troubadour'' is a superb burled maple 5 string banjo named after the monthly music publication ''The Troubadour'' issued and created by Mr Bowley Barnes and Albert Mullins beginning in their music-hall heyday of 1895. Along with Barnes & Mullins'' banjo-specific title ''The Jo'', the Troubadour represented the cutting edge of contemporary music news, comment and transcription.