Pono Ukuleles

The phrase “Keep it Pono” can be loosely translated as ‘Keep it Real’, and this is exactly the attitude that Pono ukuleles are intended to convey. Manufactured by the illustrious Ko’olau company, the Pono range are high quality, yet affordable, and have been spotted in the hands of professional musicians such as Amanda Palmer. Beautifully made and with a warm, open sound, the playing of these ukuleles is well worth the price.

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Whats happening at SUS?

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Craig Chee and Sarah Maisel visited in the Summer. Check out this exclusive performance from that day.
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Phil Doleman road tested an IMUA Curly Koa Soprano Ukulele recently. I wonder what he thought of it??
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Have you ever wondered what Ukulele a Ukulele shop manager would play? As the member of staff with the worst case of UAS - We asked Alex to tell all...
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The new Aquila Sugar strings are here and they seem to be universally adored! I received a demo set a few weeks ago that completely won me over. Gotaukulele gave a fair summary, check it out.