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Burled Meranti Tenor Ukulele

Original price $ 119.99 - Original price $ 119.99
Original price
$ 119.99
$ 119.99 - $ 119.99
Current price $ 119.99
Since 2005, Kala’s KA-15S has been the industry standard for entry-level ukulele. The quality, affordability, and simple design of the 15 Series has checked every box for a starter ukulele.
For 2020, the KA-20 Series continues this legacy. Distinguished by the etched Polynesian-style Shark Teeth rosette, this ukulele is made of Meranti—a wood with lots of dots, dashes, and speckles with iridescence that highlights the flecked grain. Its natural, satin finish lets the wood be the only focus. These instruments are perfect for learning on, whether in the classroom, practicing at home, or playing an acoustic performance.
Bag and Case Information

Fits ALL Kala TENOR sized bags and cases

Specs
SIZE: Tenor
TOP: Burled Meranti
BACK & SIDES: Burled Meranti
NECK: Meranti
FINISH: Satin
FINGERBOARD: Indonesian Nandu
HEADSTOCK: Standard
STRINGS: Aquila Super Nylgut
ELECTRONICS: N/A
NUT & SADDLE: Graphtech Tusq
STRAP BUTTON: Lower Bout
Measurements

Scale Length: 16.75 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 26.0 inches, Body Length: 11.5 inches, Number of Frets: 18, Width at Upper Bout: 6.5 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 8.5 inches, Width at Waist: 5.625 inches, Body Depth: 2.625 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.875 inches

 

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