Hey UUers!

Are you ready for this!? Yup, that's right, it's Uke Minutes ... Episode 150!! On this special episode of Uke Minutes we're back on the DIY train as Aldrine shows you how to make your very own custom ukulele stand for under $10. Go to it all you handy uke players - try it out and let us know how it goes!

For more Do-It-Yourself ukulele stuff, be sure to check out Uke Minutes 4 (DIY Ukulele Humidifier) and Uke Minutes 50 (DIY Ukulele Wall Hanger). Have fun and keep strummin'!

-UU Staff

For your info
Parts List:
- 1/2" PVC Pipe (Cut into two 6" pieces, four 4" pieces, and six 2" pieces)
- 3/4" Pipe Insulation Foam
- Four 90 degree Connectors*
- Two T-Connectors*
- One Threaded T-Connector (top threaded, sides non-threaded)
- One Threaded 3-Way Connector (one threaded inlet, two non-threaded)
- One 12" long, 1/2" thick PVC Pipe, threaded on both ends


  1. ure so gifted and entertaining ….. never late for me to learn from you at my age of 65 cheers and god bless

  2. Nice diy project!
    Just a word of caution though, don’t put older lacquer finish instruments on one of these. The lacquer will react with the foam and melt. Most newer ukes have a polyurethane finish which is less likely to react. Check carefully. If your uke feels like it’s sticking to the stand, you’ll need to cover the foam with something.

  3. my first impression when i saw the completed uke stand…? wall-e.

    looks functional & affordable! more diy stuff for ukes would be cool! mahalo, uu staff!

  4. I like the idea of the stand. Not sure if the foam is open or closed cell. Open cell can eat cheap finishes. Love the idea. just want to make sure people are careful on there choice of foam.

  5. Very nice. Thanks for posting!
    We made a couple of the ukulele racks that you had on here. The ones you screw to the wall. They worked out wonderful!

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