Ray Vincent Musical Instruments

Baritone ukulele      2023 sold

 “It has blown away my expectations! I was mostly sold based on how good it looks, but the playability way easier, for someone like me who's used to nylon strings and no pick, than any other steel string instrument I've played! I love the sound plugged in through my Loudbox Artist, even just strumming and singing was so much fun. It's definitely going to get a lot of playing time.

Thanks so much,

Sean   “

Bari Blue the electric ukulele was created for the desire to make an ukulele that sounds great acoustically, but also has some awesome features of an electric guitar. Like this amazing sounding humbucking pickup. I've used it in the past and knew it sounded great.

The aluminum cover plate works perfectly with the other aluminum accents.

The Shell back was stained turquoise Blue on Maple and works so well with the shell.

This is the first time I did such a bold color on the shell and I love it. Definitely not the last. Hope you like it too.

The neck and fingerboard are made from quarter sawn roasted Maple. Making it super strong and stable. With a carbon fiber for extra reinforcement.

Shell Back baritone ukulele

Tuning DGBE

Steel strings  D’addario  half rounds.

Gauges .032 .020 .015 .011

Scale length 20.5”

Nut width 38mm 

Spruce Sitka top

Maple shell back. Aniline dye

Roasted Maple neck

Roasted maple fingerboard

Radius fingerboard (16)

Silver side fret markers.

Graphite truss rod in neck

walnut crosscut inlays, fret markers

Humbucking pickup with aluminum cover and aluminum volume knob.

Strap buttons

Sperzel locking tuners 12:1 aluminum 

Cocobolo knobs for tuners. (Also included is the original aluminum


Tusq nut

Varnish finish.

Handmade custom aluminum case 


Acoustic recording

Plugged in with effects.

Humbucking pickup with aluminum cover and great tone!

Aluminum accents and tuners. Looks great against the Roasted Maple.

Stained Maple shell back.

Your choice of tuner knobs.

I send both to you.

The case

I decided this instrument needed a case to match. This is a new way for me to make a case and it came out great.The funny thing is , the case was inspired by these aluminum red cross first aid cases I saw and then one day while out and a bout I found one the perfect size for the inside. This adds a nice touch and gives a spot for extra strings, tuner and such.

The recycled fabric bits came from my wife Su Halle. She makes upcycled sweaters.

I try to make my case with some recycled materials.

Disclaimer ! My cases are not meant for serious travel, like on air flights. If you need something like that I would suggest talking to a company like Gator cases.