rosbilt TinCan Banjo/Ukulele was started around 2006 in a small shed in downtown Toronto.
As an outdoor carpenter at that time, the only objective was to replace a single wooden ukulele that had fallen apart in the rain, by constructing an instrument more durable.
Over the years, research and development resulted in a line of durable, bright and lively instruments that struck a 'chord' with players and collectors alike and in 2010 rosbilt TinCan Banjo/Ukulele was officially registered and began to build instruments professionally, full time.
In 2016 the rosbilt workshop left Toronto and moved to a larger space on Amherst Island outside Kingston, Ontario.
Today the instrument line-up consists of two types of tenor ukulele, five string banjo, fiddle and both oil tin and steel body guitars.
The instruments, over the years, now number in the multiple thousands and are spread out all over the world.
Made to be played - by people who like to play.
Supply is always limited as each instrument is individually made. Sometimes there is an inventory - othertimes not!