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Kohala Tiki Concert Ukulele
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What could be more fun than a Tiki Ukulele? Kolohe (the mischievous rascal) has turned the world upside down with these ukuleles. The completely amaz...Click To Read More About This Product
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A colorful instrument with an engraved Tiki bridge.
What could be more fun than a Tiki Ukulele? Kolohe (the mischievous rascal) has turned the world upside down with these ukuleles. The completely amazing Tiki bridge is just the start. The Kohala Tiki Concert Ukulele is made with all Linden wood and comes in a variety of colors with a durable satin finish. It features postion markers on both sides of the fretboard, making it perfect for both righties and lefties. Just switch the strings around and go.
The concert size is currently the most poplular size for adults. The dimensions of the concert make this size easy to play and hold. Players gain more volume from the larger body, but still retain the same lilting, happy tone as the soprano.
- Chrome-plated geared tuning machines
- Linden wood construction
- Rosewood fingerboard and Tiki bridge
- Aquila nylgut strings
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Tiki Concert Ukulele
- Size: Concert
Scale Length: 15"
Width at Nut: 35m
Top, Back and Sides: Linden Wood
Machines: Geared with Chrome Buttons
Fretboard Inlay: Dot on 5, 7, 10, 12
Neck inlays: Lefty and Righty 5, 7, 10, 12
Bridge: Rosewood Tiki
Neck/Body Joined: 14th Fret
# of Frets: 18
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- Good Tone
- Tuner Not Working
Comments about Kohala Tiki Concert Ukulele:
I finally took the plunge and purchased a concert ukulele. I have been playing guitar for 40 plus years. The arthritis in my fingers making it hard to play. This ukulele is just the right size for my long arms and long fingers. It has a good tone. The Akila strings are staying in tune the more I play it. It's so fun to play. I can and will still play my guitar at gigs. This little ukulele is my little secret. He he
It goes well with my harmonica.
The only bad thing, the batteries in the tuner were corroded. So I took the batteries out but left the tuner in. Don't want all that sound to escape! Otherwise all is well. I have a tuner so no big deal.