Kala Folk & Traditional Instruments
With 120-plus ukulele models to their name, Kala's line of instruments is an extensive one. For a stunning example of their unique designs, turn your attention to the Banjo Concert Ukulele. Originally created by Alvin Keech in 1917, the banjo uke is well-known for its distinctive sound and huge projection. In fact, banjo ukuleles gained a fair bit of popularity over the years thanks to musicians like Roy Smeck and George Harrison, and Kala's model is a real beauty in more ways than one. Sporting a maple bridge with ebony cap, deluxe geared tuners with black buttons, top-notch binding, and a classic stain black finish, the Banjo Concert Ukulele sounds great in both solo and ensemble settings.
Or, if you're looking for a tenor uke that's solidly-built and affordable, you'll love the Pacific Walnut Tenor Acoustic Ukulele. With its eye-catching dark brown grain patterns against a light brown body, the sound of the Pacific Walnut uke is crisp and focused, while the Grover open geared tuners, silver-nickel frets, and black heal cap binding speak only further to its reliability. Perfect for beginners and experienced players alike, the Pacific Walnut Tenor Acoustic Ukulele would make an exceptional addition to any musical instrument collection.
Now that you have an idea of what awaits you, don't hesitate to explore the rest of Kala's selection. From acoustic-electric bass ukes to travel-size ukes, soprano and tenor models and much more, Kala's passion for folk and traditional instruments is obvious, and anything you settle upon will be sure to please you.