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Kremona Coco Tenor Ukulele
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The Coco Tenor Ukulele honors the unique lineage of the ukulele, from its beginnings in Portugal to its refinements in Hawaii, clear through to its p...Click To Read More About This Product
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Big, smooth round sound that compliments vocalists with excellent cut.
The Coco Tenor Ukulele honors the unique lineage of the ukulele, from its beginnings in Portugal to its refinements in Hawaii, clear through to its popularity in mainland North America. Kermona's own ninety-year history of European craftsmanship plays the biggest role in the soulful tone and feel found in these very special musical instruments.
The Coco Tenor uke features a solid Indian rosewood back and sides with a red cedar solid top and Indian rosewood fingerboard, bridge and headstock overlay, and hand-inlaid wooden binding. It also features a special four-piece wooden oval rosette for a nice aesthetic touch. Includes CGGB-BK branded gig bag.
- Red cedar solid top
- Solid Indian rosewood back and sides
- African mahogany neck
- Indian rosewood fingerboard, bridge and headstock overlay
- Special wooden rosette
- Gold-plated machine heads
- Satin polyurethane finish
- Bone nut and saddle
- Set dovetail neck joint
- Aquila "Nylgut" model strings
- 37 mm at nut
- 18 frets
- 432 mm scale
- Includes CGGB-BK branded gig bag
Go loco with the Coco. You'll be crazy happy you did. Order today!
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Comments about Kremona Coco Tenor Ukulele:
It was discovered that these coco models were first production " prototypes" if you will. Has a lot of promise, but hard to say conclusively without seeing a totally finished product.
Kremona was awesome to deal with and most helpful. They bent over backwards to help make it right. As always musicians friend came to the rescue and helped immensely. Both companies were right on top of things.
Final judgement of this uke must come from getting to play a finished newer model, but I will say it shows great promise as an instrument.
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