Standard features

• Tenor-long: 18 inch scale
• Solid South American mahogany body, top, back, and sides.
• Radiused Rosewood Fretboard
• ZeroGlide™ Zero Fret
• Hand Carved, Multi-Colored Wood Pirate Inlay
• Peghed Tuners
• Gig bag
• Handcrafted in the USA
$695, free shipping to continental US

Inspired by Walt Disney’s original Pirates of the Caribbean Trio…and talking skull. Skull inlay designed by our ex-Cast Member/Pirates operator Jessica Agg.

My plan at this time is to make a series of twelve. #003 is mine!

Numbers 001, 002, 004, 005, 007, 010 are sold!
Numbers 006 & 008 are in stock.
Number 009 is being built now.

If you’d be interested in owning one of these limited edition Pirate Ukes, you may order on our store page. If you’d like a particular serial number, email

A Tribute to the Original Pirates of the Caribbean~
As a lifelong Disneyland fan whose kids both worked the Park, (including one who operated Pirates), I’ve always been enamored by the lute player in the ride–more specifically, his instrument. From the look of the frets and knowing how the Imagineers worked in 1966, it’s most assuredly a real instrument and I wanted one badly. But decades after I first saw it, I still couldn’t track one down. So I decided to build a ukulele in tribute.

I wanted it made in the USA, and I finally found a builder to bring my design to fruition. The final product, a long neck, solid mahogany tenor, surpassed my expectations. It plays superbly, sounds terrific, and feels new but looks like it’s a hundred years old or more…just like the one in the last ride Walt Disney personally oversaw the building of: Pirates of the Caribbean at the original Disneyland in Anaheim.