Pono ULN4-1 Big Bodied All Solid Acacia Baritone Ukulele in case

Pono ULN4-1 Big Bodied All Solid Acacia Baritone Ukulele in case
SKU: 4430

Availability: 1 in stock

Regular Price: £919.00

Special Price Excl. VAT: £665.83 Incl. VAT: £799.00

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The Pono baritone ukulele brings really something extremely rare to the table here. It's an enlarged baritone by Pono that sits somewhere in size between the normal baritone body size and the big baritone. This model has an all solid Acacia body with a gloss finish, which lends the sound some mid-range bite whilst retaining the natural deeper breathier sound of an acacia baritone.

It has the body of Pono's terz guitars but retains the baritone scale length and the four string DGBE tuning with nylon strings one would want from a baritone. It can do a lovely warm bluesy or jazzy sound, with that nice piercing effect you want for lead playing up the neck. Fantastic!

If you play baritone or just want that slightly larger voicing and body shape this is the one for you. Before you ask, it probably would take the baritone GCEA strings but you would lose almost all of the Barry White vibes this instrument is capable of producing along the way and it would be a bit more prone to string breakages than a normal 20' scale Baritone.

Nylon strung baritone with enlarged terz guitar sized body
Solid Acacia top, back and sides
Ebony fingerboard and bridge
Gloss finish
Slotted headstock
Grover tuners
Bone nut and saddle
Radiused fretboard
Tuned EBGD with Ko'olau Mahana strings
Scale length: 21.4 inches
Nut width: 1 3/8 inches
Comes with Pono fitted hard case

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