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Kala All Solid Bamboo Soprano Ukulele

Original price $ 169.99 - Original price $ 169.99
Original price
$ 169.99
$ 169.99 - $ 169.99
Current price $ 169.99

Bamboo is the most eco-friendly wood choice for a ukulele. Highly renewable, Bamboo regenerates quickly without being replanted. The many-layered, straight grain of the wood gives this collection a natural, earthy look. Bamboo provides a bright tone with great volume, harmonics, projection and sustain. The strength of bamboo makes for an extremely durable and resilient ukulele. Available in soprano, concert, and tenor models.

BAG AND CASE INFORMATION

Fits ALL Kala SOPRANO sized bags and cases.

SPECS
SIZE: Soprano
TOP: Solid Bamboo
BACK & SIDES: Solid Bamboo
NECK: Bamboo
FINISH: Satin
FINGERBOARD: Bamboo
HEADSTOCK: Slotted
STRINGS: Aquila Super Nylgut®
ELECTRONICS: N/A
NUT & SADDLE: Graph Tech NuBone®
STRAP BUTTON: Black x1
MEASUREMENTS

Scale Length: 13.5625 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 20.8125 inches, Body Length: 9.125 inches, Number of Frets: 15, Width at Upper Bout: 5.625 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 7.25 inches, Width at Waist: 5.125 inches, Body Depth: 2.3125 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.75 inches

MODEL: KA-BMB-S


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