Not satisfied with building amazing guitars in the classic Spanish tradition, Pepe Romero Jr. is now building ukuleles (in addition to guitars, of course). As he describes it, he approaches them as little guitars, and builds them with the same care and attention to detail that he puts into his guitars. Check out the video of Pepe telling us a bit about how he got into ukes and then demonstrating them for us. I won’t pretend to know what a great ukulele should sound like, but I really liked them.

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9 Responses to “Pepe Romero Jr. Ukuleles”

  1. Increíble trabajo hecho por un genio.
    Aquí se puede ver qué se puede hacer con un Ukelele

  2. cuchares says:

    Beautiful work .They sound like ukeleles.
    Somewhat of an overkill to accompany a rousing verse of “Princess Papoule”
    (Princess Papole has plenty papaya and she loves to give it away)

  3. Lawrence Tendler says:

    Whatever floats your boat.

  4. Lawrence Tendler says:

    I wonder how much they cost in relation to a guitar ?

  5. It’s Ukulele, not ukelele.

    They sound wonderful Pepe!

  6. Kimo says:


    When will you have Pepe Romero Jr. Ukuleles available for purchase? Does he make koa tenor ukuleles with slotted headstocks?



  7. Kimo says:

    Ukes are so much fun to play. It’s easy to get the bug. But if you are selling them you should pronounce the name oo-koo-lay-lay, not yuke-koo-lay-lay.


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