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Kala Teak Concert Ukulele

Original price $ 99.99 - Original price $ 99.99
Original price
$ 99.99
$ 99.99 - $ 99.99
Current price $ 99.99

Sleek and attractive, our Teak Ukulele Series is an addition to our more affordable ukulele lines. Teak is a tropical hardwood that has a very soft brown color with tight, straight grain patterns and striping. It is known to be water resistant and durable, which makes it a great choice for any adventuring musician. The natural stain of the wood gives this instrument an organic & fresh-cut feel, right at home in the outdoors.

Specs
SIZE: Concert
TOP: Teak
BACK & SIDES: Teak
BINDING: N/A
NECK: Meranti
FINISH: Satin
FINGERBOARD: Indonesian Nandu
HEADSTOCK: Standard
TUNERS: Chrome Open Gear
STRINGS: Aquila Super Nylgut®
ELECTRONICS: N/A
NUT & SADDLE: Graph Tech Nubone
STRAP BUTTON: Chrome
Measurements

Scale Length: 15.0 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 24.0 inches, Body Length: 11.0 inches, Number of Frets: 18, Width at Upper Bout: 6.0 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 8.375 inches, Width at Waist: 5.25 inches, Body Depth: 2.625 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.75 inches

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