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The true sound of Hawaii, with rare koa wood from the islands.
The Lanikai CKCGC Concert Ukulele delivers sweet sound thanks to its rare wood and quality construction. The classic uke design and woodwork is improved with attention to detail that has made Lanikai a preferred name in ukuleles.
The concert size ukulele is just a bit bigger than a soprano uke, and smaller than a tenor. This size is particularly helpful for performers with larger fingers, and the slightly larger body delivers a louder and deeper tone.
The Lanikai CKCGC ukulele's curly koa wood top, back, and sides generate well-balanced tone. Its construction is solid, and its looks are breathtaking. Used in making ukuleles for over a century, rare Hawaiian koa wood is especially prized for its distinctive curly grain.
Grown mostly on the big island of Oahu, the gorgeous red-hued wood makes Lanikai's Curly Koa Series ukuleles look as beautiful as they sound. The rosewood bridge and fretboard add clarity to the notes, and the die-cast tuners keep you in tune from song to song. With gold hardware and a soft satin finish, the Lanikai CKCGC Concert Ukulele will surely turn some heads. You won't believe what kind of beautiful sounds this dynamic and versatile little island instrument is capable of singing.
Rare woods and attention to detail; that's the Lanikai way. Order yours now.
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Comments about Lanikai CKCGC Concert Ukulele:
First,, let me say it sounds and plays great. However you would hope the finish would be better. I had to file the nut because it was sharp against my hand. The buttons on the bridge...one is 1/16th of an inch below flush, and the other is the same amount above the bridge. The tuners are great, but silvertone instead of gold. The abalone rosette is beautiful, as well as the binding and fret inlays. There are spots, front and back missing stain, the back more so than the front. It should have been sold as a blem. However its such a sweet player, I kept it anyways. This isn't my first uke, and it won't be my last. Up next, a 6 string tenor.