Romero Creations solid mahogany grand tenor ukulele has been the most requested uke this year by far. It offers something really different that ukulele players have been wanting for years!
The thin, modern style neck still has a wiser 38mm nut width. But don't worry, it retains the compact Romero headstock that many find really comfortable when playing chords in the first position. The body is that of an enlarged tenor ukulele, giving it a more baritone feel. It has a deep body depth of 7.8cm. Romero Creations like to say these ukes have a piano like sound and sustain and it's hard to argue with them!
When you play this grand
tenor ukulele, you get a deep, rich sound. You don't lost the higher frequencies find your notes get lost in the mix. It's a professional instrument for a professional player. You get great bass, good volume and a nice wide fingerboard.
What's the difference between the mahogany, koa or mango? The mahogany grand tenor is so warm sounding it makes you want to take your jumper off... It has a really accentuated bass response that makes the notes on the C string or a low G sound suitably creamy and delicious.
The balance is different too, when you strum you get a more chordal harmony than on the koa and the single notes are not quite as loud buy sound slightly woolly. The mahogany grand tenor is a ballad instrument for sure. The correct answer is that you should buy all three and you would have the right grand tenor for any situation...
Solid mahogany body Gloss finish Oversized tenor body Mahogany neck 38mm nut width Ebony fingerboard and bridge Romero headstock design and geared tuners Deeper 7.8cm body depth Fluorocarbon low G strings Padded gigbag included