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Kala Guitarlele

Original price $ 249.99 - Original price $ 249.99
Original price
$ 249.99
$ 249.99 - $ 249.99
Current price $ 249.99

A combination between ukulele and guitar, the Kala Mahogany Guitarlele packs a lot of fun into a small package. The reserved style of the Mahogany makes for a simple, classic look. The Guitarlele is lightweight and portable so you can take the fun with you anywhere. An excellent crossover between guitar and ukulele perfect for players of all skill levels.

SPECS
SIZE: 6-String Guitarlele
TOP: Mahogany
BACK & SIDES: Mahogany
BINDING: Cream
NECK: Mahogany
FINISH: Satin
FINGERBOARD: Pau Ferro
HEADSTOCK: Slotted
STRINGS: Aquila Super Nylgut®
ELECTRONICS: NA
NUT & SADDLE: Bone
TUNING: A-D-G-C-E-A
MEASUREMENTS

Scale Length: 17 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 28 inches, Body Length: 11.75 inches, Number of Frets: 19, Width at Upper Bout: 7.0625 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 9.25 inches, Width at Waist: 5.5 inches, Body Depth: 3.1875 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.875 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 2.375 inches

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