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A uke with impressive craftsmanship, superior materials, and great action.
The Khaya Mahogany II Concert Ukulele from aNueNue has a solid mahogany wood body that delivers a warm tone, with a focused, resonant midrange. Grover Sta-tite tuners offer superior accuracy and stability. Other top-shelf features include a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, buffalo bone nut and saddle, and a nitrocellulose finish. The Khaya Mahogany II is extremely playable with great action and spot-on intonation. Includes gig bag.
When you play an aNueNue ukulele, the unique tone, design, fit, and finish will surprise you. They are easy to play and bring a big, memorable sound. With their expertise and years of experience, aNueNue (rainbow in Hawaiian) has focused their passion to bring you the world's best ukulele.
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Khaya Mahogany II Concert Ukulele
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Comments about aNueNue Khaya Mahogany II Concert Ukulele:
This uke does what it is supposed to do. It makes a wonderful sound when strummed. It does it without any fancy inlays or gimmicks or exaggerated reputation that dare not be questioned. An awesome ukulele worth the asking price.
All solid mahogany lightweight construction. A classic in understated beauty. A cool petroglyph like figure on the headstock that dances as you play.
This is by far the most sonorous uke I have ever played. As a concert size it is far deeper and richer than my Mainland tenor mango. And I still love my Mainland. The sound of the aNue Nue seems to come from a great depth within this uke - but the uke is a tiny concert. Not sure how they accomplished this paradox, but then neither is anyone else when they first walk into the Tardis.
You get what you pay for with this uke. You'll probably like it more than any uke you own unless you dropped two grand on a custom, inlaid, uke you waited two years to get and could never admit to anything being better than your prize. Lucky for me I bought mine with a "chip", so never afraid of taking in a stray I lucked out.