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Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele  

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The Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele can be used with success in all styles of music, and its rich, mellow voice is gaining more admirers every day...Read More

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The versatile instrument of the ukulele family.

The Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele can be used with success in all styles of music, and its rich, mellow voice is gaining more admirers every day. For any player wishing to take up the Tenor Ukulele, Mahalo makes getting started fun and affordable.

The U-320T is made of select mahogany with arched-back construction. Fingerboard and bridge are of genuine rosewood and the tuning pegs are gold-plated. Includes a sturdy gig bag.

  • Tenor ukulele
  • Mahogany top
  • Arched mahogany body
  • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • Nickel/silver frets and abalone position marker dots
  • 17" scale length
  • Mahogany neck
  • 14 frets
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Gold-plated friction tuners
  • Natural mahogany finish
  • Includes gig bag

Enjoy this great-value tenor ukulele. Order today.


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MahaloU-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele

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Beginner Tenor Uke


from Williamsburg, VA

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        Comments about Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele:

        I had just started out with a very inexpensive soprano kit to see what playing a ukulele would be like. I liked it and decided to go for a TENOR Uke. I didn't want to spend a lot of money as a novice/beginner. I read others' reviews and decided that this tenor offered me the best possibities for the money. It arrived safely. I didn't have to do anything to it....like fine down any imperfections, etcl like other reviewers have mentioned about the other comparable ukes for that price. I have enjoyed playing and learning on it very much. It has a nice sound. (I was in band, 5th-12th grade, so I knew something about music and how an instrument should sound.) It came with a gig bag, too. Like someone else, I did not like the merchant white advertising label on it; so, I took out a black Sharpie and colored it out to match the rest of the bag. It's holding the tune okay. The strings calmed down after a day or so. I always tune it before playing. For the price it's a good and fair deal. The sound box has nice acoustics to it, too.

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        Awsome Quality for price

        By Richard Waters

        from Undisclosed

        Comments about Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele:

        Sounds great and fairly easy to play. Did buy a Soprano at first and had to send it back at the fret spacing was too close for my fingers. The Tenor is much easier to play, but still which the spacing for the stings was a little more as I have some arthritis in my fingers and it is hard to get some clear tones on certain chords.
        Am a beginner and not looking for something expensive to start with and the Maholo fits the ticket.
        Not a lot of fancy inlays but well finished and looks like a finished product, not massed produced.
        Great value for the price.

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        (21 of 21 customers found this review helpful)


        Deluxe Tenor Ukulele (U-320T)

        By Cara Lux

        from Honolulu, HI

        Comments about Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele:

        I would recommend this to anyone.
        It's a beauty.
        The Ukulele is great, the strings, not so much. But strings are inexpensive to replace.
        Great quality for the price.

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        (65 of 67 customers found this review helpful)


        Bright, Clear Tone at a Very Modest Price

        By Donald Knott

        from California

        Comments about Mahalo U-320T Deluxe Tenor Ukulele:

        I bought this uke after having already purchase Mahalo's pineapple-shaped Soprano and discovered that although I liked the tone, my fingers were too big to hit certain chords easily (I have never been able to do a half-barre cleanly and must use three fingers to hit the chokes for uke D and E). The longer scale and slightly wider neck of the tenor solved that problem nicely. What I didn't anticipate was the fact that the longer scale, coupled with a heavier gauge string requires a higher string tension to make it to pitch. Not a high enough tension to interfere with comfortable action, but just enough to give the tenor a bright, punchy tone that I really like.
        Keeping in mind that this is a mass produced Chinese commodity grade instrument intended for the casual player it is hard not to be pleased. Yes, I would prefer machine tuners, but that would raise the price. I would prefer a classical guitar style bridge rather than the slots and knots style. Same problem, more costly to make. The important things are all there; decent action, decent intonation and a good clear voice.
        This is a sparely appointed basic instrument made of mahogany ply. There is no binding, the "rosette" is a decal, the fretboard position markers at 5, 7 and 10 are synthetic mother-of-pearl. The friction tuners are Mahalo's own tuners. They work, though they will probably need a gentle tightening of the screws to hold their tuning. Those used to geared tuners will need a little practice to learn how to hit the pitch dead on. The neck is smooth and well shaped. The join to the headstock is clean and symmetrical. The fingerboard is rosewood, smoothly finished. The frets are well dressed. I detect no buzzes, or snaggy ends on mine. The strings settled down in due time and hold their tuning well. The bridge itself seems a little less than smoothly finished, call it a dull matte, but as no strings have broken or pulled through it seems to have been done smoothly enough . The best features on this instrument are the Nubone nut and compensated bridge saddle.
        The bridge, as mentioned above seemed a little dull-finished, but was the only obvious flaw on the outside of the instrument. Looking through the sound hole the heel block seem to be somewhat roughly cut as well. The tone is bright, and ringing and will carry well in most casual acoustic settings.
        This uke is a very good value for very little money. You get a smooth neck and fingerboard. You get reasonable intonation. You don't get abalone inlay or a super-fine finish. You would have to pay significantly more in order to see or hear any noticeable difference.

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