Family Photo 2012


January 1, 2012 by Tim

Another year has passed and keeps growing. Just a couple site stats that I would like to share. The daily average of unique visitors has grown 400%, the total for the year has grown 500%. Every year the site has grown in the amount of reviews and other services, such as the Events Calendar.

I just wanted to say thank you and a happy new year.
With out further delay:

From the top, row by row.
*Means I own it
-Risa Solid Soprano *
-Boat Paddle Custom 12 fret 5 string concert * (Link)
-David Gill Pineapple Concert * (Link)
-Papa’s Boxes Concert Cigar box * (Link)
-Eleuke Acoustic Concert with Bridge Bone Beads (Uke Link, Bone Beads Link)
-Eleuke Acoustic Concert (Link)
-Mahalo CAMP UKE, they still call it a banjo uke (Link)
-David Gill Aromatic Cedar Tenor Fluke *
-Papas Boxes Soprano Cigar box Uke, it is hanging upside down *
-Lanikai 6″ Banjo Uke (Link)
-Ohana Vita Uke (Review coming soon)
-Ohana spruce top soprano (Review coming soon)
-No name soprano banjo uke *  (Link)

I figured I would add a bonus pic to show all the other Uke stuff (cases, stands….)


18 thoughts on “Family Photo 2012

  1. Tim Clark says:

    Thanks for all the work this last year Tim and it has been great getting to know you a bit.

  2. bazmaz says:

    Man, I adore this pictures!!


  3. Great work this past year, Tim! This picture is awesome. Beautiful! I think one of my new year’s resolutions needs to be to work on my ukulele collection. However, I don’t think I’ll ever catch up to you. Ha.

  4. JR says:

    Congratulations…great job….Happy New Year

  5. Douglas M Davis says:

    My God Man! I believe that Ukulele Acquisition Syndrome has infected your area. That means that U.A.S. is now joining the ranks of influenza, small pox, and lyme disease. Is there no stopping this epidemic???

  6. Douglas M Davis says:


    Happy New Year!! I would send you a picture of “My Family” but I don’t want to give my wife an idea of how many Ukuleles I actually do own. I’m thinking of a number between 6 and 12… It’s this kind of vagueness that keeps this marriage going 😉

  7. Sue Williams says:

    Happy New Year Tim. Thanks for keeping up your site. One of my favorites

  8. Tom M. says:

    Happy New Year!

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who seems to have an addiction for Ukes! I don’t think I could catch up with you either, but I’m working on it. .

  9. tnfishdaddy says:

    Great looking family. I hope to grow mine in the very near future.

  10. Chris Blood says:

    Great picture of the uke family and great job on the uke reviews.
    Happy New Year!

  11. connor says:

    Thanks for all the work you do, Tim. Your reviews are informative and great fun to read.

    Here’s to 2012!

  12. G’day Tim. Good looking family mate….including the ring-ins 🙂
    Still trying to figure out which one looks the most like you…

    Thanks for an enjoyable year and some great posts. Really appreciate the reviews.

    Looking forward to more over the next 12 months!

  13. Sally says:

    I think Tim prefers blonds.

  14. dave maclean says:

    What a great looking family, here in Engalnd to the non believers it would be called ukulele polution. Dave

  15. Patrick Boyer says:

    Happy New Year Tim. You have a wonderful looking family.
    I always get a little smile when I receive an email about a new post. You bring more to peoples lives than just information. Thank you, Patrick

  16. Miss Joni says:

    Happy New Year, Tim! Great work!

  17. I appreciate your reviews. They are informing and helpful. Thanks for your work.

  18. Tim says:

    What is funny is that I forgot that I have a uke at work. so my Oscar Schmidt is not in the picture. Poor guy. He is my first uke and does not deserve such treatment.

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