These are the intermediate level Kanile'a. Made to the same exacting standards as the expensive Hawaiian koa models, these Islanders have a unique charm all of their own.
All solid mahogany ensures that you get a very full, rounded sound which stands up against ukes much more expensive!
One of the most attractive things about this model is the slightly wider than normal fretboard, which at 1.5 inches or 38mm at the nut makes getting your fingers into the right shapes an absolute doddle.
Combine that width with a very slinky neck profile and you have a very easy to play instrument.
All solid Mahogany front, back and sides
Tortoise binding on the front of 'ukulele
Abalone Rosette around sound hole
19 Silver-Nickel Frets
Abalone Fret position Marks at 3rd, 5th,7th,10th and 12th frets
Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge with nickel fret wire
Black Bridge Pins
NuBone nut and saddle
Chrome Geared Tuners with Black Buttons (14:1 turning ratio)
15" Concert Scale (Distance from Nut to Saddle)
24" Overall body length
10-7/8" Body length
6" Upper Bout
8-1/8" Lower Bout
2-11/16" tapered to 2-3/16" Arched Back Body depth