Pono ULN-2 Solid Mahogany Nylon Strung Terz Guitar

Pono ULN-2 Solid Mahogany Nylon Strung Terz Guitar
SKU: 4220

Availability: 1 in stock

Regular Price: £879.99

Special Price Excl. VAT: £499.17 Incl. VAT: £599.00

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The Pono ULN series are a Nylon strung Terz-Guitar inspired short scale Guitar. Tuned to G in the standard Guitar/Guitalele way (G,C,F,Bb,D,G) I had no issues using the instrument in standard Guitar tuning with some Extra hard tension classical Guitar strings whatsoever and equally, a capo on the second fret will give you the A to A Guitalele tuning. It is evident the instrument performs at its best in G though, perfect string tension and just the most subtle hybrid Classical Guitar/Ukulele sound perhaps more like a harp or a piano. 

This model is the guitar version of the Pono MT - Solid Mahogany top, back and sides and it is just the most smooth and mellow sounding Guitar.

If you play Guitar and want the ultimate travel guitar then this ticks every box. Likewise, if you play the Ukulele/Guitalele and 6 strings is your next venture then once again Pono have got you covered. Excellent work Pono and thank you for raising the bar once again.

Solid Premium Mahogany Top
Solid Premium Mahogany Back and Sides
Ebony Fingerboard and Bridge
Grover tuners
Bone nut and saddle
Rope pattern soundhole rosette
Pono fitted Hard Case
Satin Finish
585mm scale
48mm nut width
D'Addario Extra Hard Tension Classical Guitar strings fitted

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