Romero Creations TT Tiny Tenor Solid Mango Ukulele #8110

Romero Creations TT Tiny Tenor Solid Mango Ukulele #8110
SKU: ttmango8110

Availability: Out of stock

Excl. VAT: £640.83 Incl. VAT: £769.00
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It's no easy task to re-imagine the ukulele, but the mango tiny tenor ukulele from Romero Creations have managed it! They've taken the traditional ukulele style and compressed it down to fit into our modern, space saving lives.

The tiny tenor is all you want from a tenor ukulele, just reduced in size. It's built to fit spaces only a concert ukulele could previously reached. The reduction at the headstock gives the illusion of more space at the top of the neck and the topsy-turvy body design will probably not be to every players taste. However, those that like pineapple ukuleles with the Ditson like tightness in the bass will agree that this ukulele has a fantastically clean and honest sound.

The mango models are beautifully mellow with a little bit less bite than the koa. In the same vein as Japanese made ukuleles like Kiwaya and Takumi; this range of Vietnamese made Romero instruments have a mellow nature. They're just perfect if you want to play a sleepy melody with all the nuance and precision normally associated with a louder instrument.

Some very small pits in the gloss finish are to be expected, owing the fact that no grain filler is used before the gloss finish is applied. Pictures show actual instrument.

Specification:
Solid spalted mango body
Gloss finish
Tenor scale length
LaBella low G strings
Ebony fretboard and bridge
Geared machine heads
Bone nut and saddle
Abalone rosette and fretboard inlays
Romero gigbag included
35mm nut width

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