Martin Tenor T1K All Solid Hawaiian Koa Ukulele Setup w/ Bag i480
When I strum the T1K Martin Ukuleles, I am always amazed at the warm, rich, full, and resonant tone. It really has a wonderful open and light tone. It is warm and full with a nice woody Koa attack. They are really wonderful ukuleles and the possess a lot of remarkable tone. The Martin florocarbon strings makes playing this ukulele light to the touch, with a lot of crisp attack for finger picking and smooth strumming projection!
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Martin has built the world’s finest ukuleles since 1916, and tenor ukes since 1929 that have long been prized for their full-bodied voice and great volume. The T1K tenor-sized model features top, back and sides crafted of solid Hawaiian koa, a wood native to Hawaii and a favorite of island players. The entire body is finished in high quality satin lacquer, and features an applied dovetail neck joint. The T1K Uke is a beautiful example of why Martin is still the name in superior quality ukuleles.
Body Size: Tenor Ukulele
Construction: Applied Dovetail Neck Joint
Bracing Pattern: Tenor Ukulele
Brace Shape: Non-Scalloped
Top Material: Koa
Back Material: Koa
Side Material: Koa
Finish: Hand Rubbed
Scale Length: 17"
Nut Width: 1 11/32"
Bridge String Spacing: 1 5/8"
Bridge Material: Sipo
Saddle: Compensated White Tusq
Rosette: Multi Stripe
Neck Material: Select Hardwood
Neck Finish: Hand Rubbed
Fingerboard Material: Sipo
Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret: 1 23/32"
Number of Frets: 20
Tuning Machines: Nickel Open Gear
Nut Material: White Tusq
Case: Soft Gigbag
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