Kamaka HF-4 Solid Hawaiian Koa Baritone Ukulele in Hard Case #191513

Kamaka HF-4 Solid Hawaiian Koa Baritone Ukulele in Hard Case #191513
SKU: 36029

Availability: 1 in stock

Regular Price: £1,519.00

Special Price Excl. VAT: £1,132.50 Incl. VAT: £1,359.00

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This solid koa Kamaka baritone ukulele has all of the dark, interesting and complex tone that you want from a baritone, and it has it in spades. The volume is impressive as well, no doubt because of the top quality materials and the extremely light and tight build quality. But, there is more too it as well, you just know that this is a quality instrument when you hold it.

The neck is very slinky in the hand, with a very shallow profile, which combined with the light body makes this a really manageable instrument. It would be no bother playing for hours....which is a good thing, because that's what you will want to do.

No need to explain the history and tradition of Kamaka instruments, other than to say that since 1916 they've been making seriously beautiful instruments. They're very, very good at it.

The stunning koa Kamaka baritone ukulele is really worth every penny.

Specification:
Specification:
Premium solid Hawaiian koa body
Rosewood fret board and bridge
Paua abalone inlay on headstock
Mahogany neck
19 frets, 14 to the body
Semi gloss finish
38mm nut width
DGBE tuning
Geared tuners
Bone nut and saddle
Kamaka DGBE strings
Kamaka hard case included

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