Concert Kohala Ukuleles
If you're new to the concert ukulele, you might be wondering how it differs from the other types. While the soprano uke is considered to be the "standard" size, concert ukuleles are slightly bigger and longer. They usually have between 15 and 20 frets and this longer length adds more depth and sustain to their tone. With that being said, concert ukuleles still offer the same portable convenience that soprano ukes do. In fact, the KO-C Kine'O Concert Ukulele is a top seller that makes an ideal travelling buddy on all your adventures. Crafted from Eastern mahogany and boasting geared tuning machines, this lightweight concert uke is fitting for live stage performances, beach bonfires and campfire singalongs.
Another popular Kohala concert ukulele here is the Rainbow Series Concert Ukulele. Available in your choice of shades, this uke boasts a rosewood fingerboard for smooth playability, geared tuners to keep you firmly in tune and maple body construction for a solid feel and robust sound. Every ukulelist knows that playing the instrument is supposed be fun over anything else - and rest assured, the Rainbow Series Concert Ukulele will provide you with countless years of musical enjoyment.
Considering that the ukulele's birthplace is Hawaii, it should come as no surprise that a company named after the northwest portion of the island would design some of the best ukuleles on the market today. Kohala concert ukuleles are immersed in the Hawaiian tradition, and playing one will be sure to have you dreaming of lying on the sandy Kohala coast - relaxed and worry-free.