The Kealoha BU36 Baritone Ukulele features Satin Mahogany Stained Tone Wood, Open Geared Machine Heads with cream buttons and Aquila strings.
Koloa Ukuleles are carefully handcrafted to offer you the best combination of sound, quality and value available. Made from traditional designs but with a nod to the modern player, our ukuleles are the perfect choice for the enthusiasts or professional. Solid Mahogany Top, Back & Sides Mahogany Neck Geared Tuners Bone Nut & Saddle D'Addario Strings Scale Length: 20-1/8"
Features Hawaiian Koa wood, Rosewood Fingerboard and Maple Binding. Curly Koa Top Curly Koa Back & Sides Rosewood Fingerboard Chrome Diecast Machine Heads Maple Binding Scale Length 20.375"
The Lanakai SPTU-B Baritone Ukulele is now available with the new TunaUke Technology. This Ukulele still features Solid Spruce Top and Mahogany Back & Sides but now incorporates the adjustable bridge and compensating nut to properly intonate your uke. Solid Spruce Top Mahogany Back & Sides Rosewood Fingerboard Chrome Diecast Machine Heads Lanakai Strings by Aquila TunaUke Technology - A Ukulele Revolution! The sweet tone of the ukulele has been heard around the world - from the most prestigious stages to the most remote beaches, leaving a smile everywhere it goes! In the midst of all of that joy however, one problem has always remained - ukuleles have terrible intonation!Play a simple chord and a ukulele sounds beautiful - but play something more advanced, play with other instruments, or move further up the neck and the problem becomes clear. If the ukulele was to claim and keep it's place as a world class instrument, it's intonation must be fixed!Three years, and a fleet of mechanical engineers later, Lanikai Ukuleles is proud to present TunaUke! A revolutionary system that improves ukulele intonation by 90% and opens a new world of possibilities for writing, performing, and simply enjoying a more-musical ukulele than ever before! Two Features Driving Intonation Innovation The first is the Compensated Nut! Between the four strings the differences in string width and tension are substantial. By compensating the distance between the first fret and the nut we are able to make open chords sound as smooth as silk. Those Saddles Move! The second feature is the Movable Saddle: Traditional straight saddles on a ukulele or any other fretted instrument are detrimental to good intonation. With nylon strings even “compensated saddles” are a complete fallacy. The issue is that nylon strings are by their nature, inconstant. After much testing we found the only way to improve on this is to create movable saddle technology to allow the player to adjust the amount of compensation for each string. No tools are required and adjusting the intonation is as easy as pouring milk on cereal.
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