Magic Fluke

product types: 

  • banjos
  • mandolins
  • ukuleles
  • bass guitars
  • Violas
  • violins


Magic Fluke was established in 1999 by Dale and Phyllis Webb in New Hartford Connecticut. Dale was encouraged by his brother-in-law Jim Beloff (a musician and publisher of music books and videos) to develop an affordable, USA-made ukulele. They introduced their prototypes and a handful of Jim’s books and CDs at the NAMM show in January of 1999. The Magic Fluke Company was born: orders started coming in and they had to quickly tool up and start producing instruments. The first concert Flukes started shipping in June of 1999 with three color options.  They have since added numerous variations, as well as  other instruments. Their product range includes: Soprano, Concert, Tenor, and Baritone Uke Banjos; a  5 string Banjo; solid body Electric Uke and Timber Bass; the Cricket travel Fiddle and Viola; and a 4 string Mandolin. After eight years manufacturing in an old renovated gas station in New Hartford they moved in 2011 to a larger solar powered facility here in Sheffield Massachusetts

Source: Magic Fluke website (30 July 2022)


Magic Fluke
292 South Main Street
01257 Sheffield , MA
United States
Massachusetts US