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Lanikai All Mahogany 8-String Tenor Acoustic-Electric Ukulele
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The Lanikai LU2-8EK 8-String Tenor Ukulele represents the finest in traditional Hawaiian uke construction coupled with Lanikai's modern advances in p...Click To Read More About This Product
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All mahogany construction and doubled strings for classic, full-bodied tone.
The Lanikai LU2-8EK 8-String Tenor Ukulele represents the finest in traditional Hawaiian uke construction coupled with Lanikai's modern advances in playability and design.
Lanikai Ukuleles pioneered the modern 8-string uke movement, and this new 8-string ukulele design has been improved by Lanikai to meet the demands of the modern player with a slotted headstock, professional tuning machines, finest quality rosewood fingerboard, and all mahogany construction for classic, full-bodied Lanikai tone.
The added Fishman Kula Preamp gives you complete control of your sound for recording or performance with on-board volume control, EQ, and chromatic tuner. The LU2-8EK is the perfect uke for any player who wants to grow and expand their sound to new heights, or simply add another unique instrument to their collection.
Strings: Genuine Aquila Nylgut
Binding: White ABS
Headstock: 8-String Slotted
Fishman Kula Preamp and pickup
Case sold separately
Enjoy the full sound and chorus effect of this special tenor. Order today.
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- Good Tone
- Breaks Easy
Comments about Lanikai All Mahogany 8-String Tenor Acoustic-Electric Ukulele:
Great tone and great price. However, upon trying to tune it right out of the box, I noticed it was extremely hard to tune. The action was also quite high all throughout the fretboard. Upon closer inspection, I realized the neck joint was clearly coming away from the body. Could easily stick a guitar pick in the gap. It seems to be getting worse daily, and still won't stay in tune. Taking it to a luthier soon to assess the repair cost and see if it's worth it. Perhaps not, at this price.