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Lanikai LSM-T Solid Mahogany Tenor Ukulele
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When the British ship Ravenscrag first landed in Hawaii they brought with them instruments never before seen on the islands. The machªte was an all m...Click To Read More About This Product
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All-solid mahogany tenor uke pays tribute to the modern instrument's origin.
When the British ship Ravenscrag first landed in Hawaii they brought with them instruments never before seen on the islands. The machªte was an all mahogany stringed instrument that captured the attention of the locals who wanted one of their own. With no native mahogany on the islands the Portuguese began building what is now known as the ukulele out of koa. The LSM series is a nod to those early builders who would have built their instruments out of the wood they were most familiar with. With great attention to detail Lanikai crafted the all solid mahogany LSM series. Combined with an ebony fingerboard and bridge the LSM-T tenor ukulele has a very crisp tone and large projection.
The tenor uke body produces deeper tone and slightly louder volume than the standard soprano body. It's ideal for performing on stage, as it provides lots of responsiveness. From rhythmic strumming to melodic fingerstyle progressions, this tenor ukulele sounds great.
With its easy playability and included instruction booklet written by renowned ukulele instructor Mary Lou Dempler you will be playing in a matter of minutes. If you have never played ukulele before get ready for a world of fun. The ukulele is an addicting instrument that can and will be taken everywhere.
The Lanikai LSM-T tenor ukulele includes a Lanikai instruction booklet.
- 4-string tenor ukulele
- Solid mahogany body
- 17-1/4" scale
- Mahogany neck
- Ebony fretboard
- 19 frets
- Ebony bridge
- Gold-plated Kluson tuners
- Gold-plated hardware
- Natural gloss finish