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aNueNue Lani II Koa Concert Ukulele
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The Lani II Concert Ukulele from aNueNue has a laminated koa wood body that delivers a sweet tone, beautiful midrange, clear trebles, and a solid bas...Read More
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The Lani II Concert Ukulele from aNueNue has a laminated koa wood body that delivers a sweet tone, beautiful midrange, clear trebles, and a solid bass response. Maple binding, heelcap, and center back strip highlight the beauty of this quality instrument. Decorative tribal dancing figures surround the soundhole. Grover Sta-tite tuners offer superior accuracy and stability. The Lani II is extremely playable with great action and spot-on intonation.
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.
Includes a gig bag.
Impressive craftsmanship rarely seen in this price-range.
- Body: laminated koa
- Neck: mahogany
- Fingerboard: rosewood
- Fingerboard inlays: dots
- Number of frets: 20 (14 open)
- Binding: maple
- Rosette: stylized figures
- Bridge: rosewood
- Nut and Saddle: Tusq
- Machine Heads: Grover 9N Sta-tite
- Finish: matte open pores
- Strings: Aquila Nylgut
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Lani II Koa Concert Ukulele
- Scale length: 15"
- Total length: 23"
- Tuning: G, C, E, A
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- Not Consistent
- Poor Tone Quality
Comments about aNueNue Lani II Koa Concert Ukulele:
I recently started playing Ukelele and wanted something a little better than the Lanikai LU-21C that I started on. The Lani II Koa seemed to be built better but it had dead spots all over the fretboard including the first four frets by the nut where the majority of your chords are. It also had a really nasty buzzing sound coming from inside the body when playing certain notes. It's tone was no better than the Lanikai. It just didn't seem to be worth the price so I exchanged it for a Oscar Schmidt OU5 Concert Koa and could not be happier. I might add I have been playing guitar for 30 years so I know a good instrument when I play one.