Mahogany Concert

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Mahogany Concert - Pacific &
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert - Pacific 'Ukulele
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert
Mahogany Concert

Mahogany Concert

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The concert ukulele has warmer tones, fuller sound and more mid-range than the soprano. With a wider fingerboard and scale length, it also comes with a great sounding pickup that amplifies it really well. Overall louder volume, this ukulele puts out more mid-range sounds than sopranos. Mahogany blends both cool and warm tones. In nature, this color represents beauty and resilience, resembling the Hawaiian Islands.

The mahogany concert 'ukulele has a matte finish, 18 fret bars, is 24.5" in length. Best played by right-handed people.

Case is included with each instrument.

Body Material - Mahogany

Neck Material - Mahogany

Fretboard Material - Rosewood

Bridge Material - Rosewood

Sandle and Nut Material - Oxbone

String Material Type - Aquila Super Nylgut®

After each use regularly clean the 'ukulele with a microfiber cloth. Keep it dry and away from humidity and use a case when traveling.

Clean strings with a microfiber cloth, or soft cotton cloth after each session. Once strings are worn down, replace with new strings. New strings need to be loosened by carefully stretching them out. Read more

Standard delivery usually takes around 4 business days. Please note that 'ukuleles are shipped from Hawai'i and shipping time begins once carrier pick up the package.

Note: Customized products may take longer to arrive, as each instrument requires individual laser engraving.

We offer a full refund when the product has not been opened and/or is unused within 30 days of receiving it.

‘Ukuleles that have been customized are not eligible for refunds.

Any returns must be in the original packaging with proof of purchase. Read more