Possibly the prettiest looking of the Ohana sopranino family, and a very pretty sounding beast too. It has the same DNA as its Mahogany siblings, but if anything the sound is a little bolder and louder, as you would expect from the Cedar on the top.
No-one really does sopraninos at affordable prices quite as well as Ohana. With a little bit of setting up, these play really well and would put a smile on any players face! You must forgive a little waywardness with the intonation though - at such small scale lengths it is nigh on impossible to get them absolutely perfect on all of the strings.
Check out the Ohana UB-19 sopranino ukulele gigbag or UCH-19 hard case if you need something to carry and store it in.
Solid Cedar top
Solid Rosewood back and sides
Mahogany binding to top and back
Ovangkol Fretboard and Bridge
Bone nut and saddle
Friction peg tuners