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The "Aloha" name was used by many Uke makers in many places. On newer Ukes, having no other markings other than "aloha" on the headstock is a often the sign of a "tourist" or "souvenir" Uke. However, there were some very well made 1920's vintage Ukuleles that were marked Aloha.

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