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Lanikai Manana-T Hawaiian Solid Body Acoustic-Electric Tenor Ukulele
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Built 100% on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, Lanikais Makau Series honors the islands fame as the home of the worlds finest ukuleles. Using the top 1% ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Enjoy the natural beauty and tone of these exotic tonewoods paired with solid, easy-to-use electronics.
Built 100% on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, Lanikais Makau Series honors the islands fame as the home of the worlds finest ukuleles. Using the top 1% of solid Mango wood sustainably collected on the Big Island of Hawaii, Makau Series ukuleles are built to the highest of standards by our team of experienced Hawaiian luthiers. The Manana Tenor Ukulele is a chambered body ukulele with a solid true mahogany body and solid Hawaiian mango top. It features 20 frets on a True Indian Rosewood Fingerboard, hand-rubbed oil and wax finish, hand wired single piezo pickup with volume control, and a gorgeous Abalone Makau inlay a traditional Hawaiian symbol for happiness used in the islands for hundreds of years. By controlling our production process from start to finish using the best tools and materials available, traditional ukulele design is perfected through modern innovations and strict quality control. Quality, design, and generations of craftsmanship converge to create a true legacy instrument built to last. Includes deluxe gig bag and hand-carved Koa Makau pendant necklace.
- Body type: Tenor
- Cutaway: No
- Top wood: Solid Hawaiian Mango
- Back & sides: Solid Honduran Mahogany
- Body finish: Hand Rubbed Oil & Wax
- Orientation: Right-handed
- Fingerboard: True Indian Rosewood
- Number of frets: 20
- Neck finish: Oil
- Pickup/preamp: Yes
- Tuning machines: Not specified
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood
- Case: Gig bag
- Country of origin: United States
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