World renowned luthier Pepe Romero Jr, Pepe Romero Sr. (Knighted by the king of Spain and recipient of a Grammy Merit Award) and Daniel Ho (Six time Grammy Award winner) have teamed up to design the Romero Creations line of instruments which are being performed on by world class musicians:


Daniel Ho

Six-time GRAMMY Award Winning artist, producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and audio engineer.

Daniel Ho Romero Creations

George Kahumoku, Jr.

Four-time GRAMMY Award Winner.

Tia Carrere

Two-time GRAMMY Award Winning artist.


Jerome Koko (The Mākaha Sons)

Makaha Sons Memoirs smSixteen-time Hoku Award Winner.

The Mākaha Sons of Niʻihau are one of the most revered bands in Hawaiian music.

Co-founder Jerome Koko continues their legacy.

Pepe Romero’s ‘ukuleles are featured on the album Mākaha Sons Memoirs, by Jerome Koko and Daniel Ho.


Kawika Kahiapo

Hawaiian Slack Key Master.  Kawika ( has contributed to 95 album projects to date.  His credits include:

  • 2007 Slack Key Award
  • 2007 Song of the Year
  • 2015 Island Album of the Year
  • 2015 Slack Key Album of the Year
  • 4 Grammy Collaborations
  • 1 Grammy collaboration winner

Jason Arimoto

Lead instructor at U-Space.  U-Space is a coffee shop, music school, and retail ʻukulele store in the heart of Los Angeles focused on building community through music and ‘ukulele.

Jason Arimoto

Here are a couple videos of Jason performing some ‘ukulele duets, using a Pepe Romero Tiny Tenor.

Da ‘Ukulele Boyz


Peter deAquino is one half of Da ‘Ukulele Boyz.  Here he is playing a Pepe Romero Grand Tenor live in Maui.

Here are Da ‘Ukulele Boyz performing on the Pepe Romero Grand Tenor and Tiny Tenor, joined by slack-key guitarist Stephen Inglis.

Wu Haoen

Wu Haoen is a two-time winner of “the Grammy Award of Taiwan,” the Golden Melody Award.  His Facebook Page is here.


Cameron Murray

Professional ‘ukulele player, teacher, and publisher of KAMUKE ‘ukulele magazine.

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Anne Ku

Anne Ku is a music professor at the University of Hawaiʻi on the island of Maui.  She holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition and Piano and is an ʻukulele aficionado.  Her Tiny Tenor absolutely inspires her.


Steve Sano, D.M.A.

Although Steve’s day (and night) job is Professor and Director of Choral Studies at Stanford University, his love of Hawaiian music and culture has provided a joyful touchpoint for his engagement with the ʻukulele!

L-R: KimiAnn Sano, Linda Uyechi, and Steve Sano