Used to make ukuleles for over a century, rare Hawaiian Koa wood is especially prized for its distinctive curly grain. Grown mostly on the big island of Hawaii these woods have a crisp tone unlike any other.
Scale Length: 17.25?
Width at Nut: 35mm
Top: Curly Koa
Back/Sides: Curly Koa
# of Frets: 19
Machines: Chrome Die-Cast
Case/Bag Compatibility: UC-T/HSS613
At Bill's Music, we give private Uke lessons and the first thing the instructor will probably teach you is -- spell it right!! Ukulele may be one of the easiest instruments to play, but one one of the hardest to spell! If you searched for Ukelele, or Ukalele you are not alone. The most common misspelling, "Ukelele" returns about one hundred thousand responses on search engines! Just remember Ukulele has 2 U's and 2 E's and you'll be just fine! Of course, we don't care how you spell it, we just want to help you learn to play it!