**Sometimes I buy Blemished ukuleles to pass on saving to my customers. These blemishes are purely aesthetic and do not effect the playability and stability of your ukulele.
I could not figure out why this one is marked B for blemish. So just assume there is something imperfect about it. Maybe something with the finish being imperfect or something. But I could not find what it was right away! But it will save you money! **
Using the classic ukulele body style of the first ukuleles brought over from Portugal to Hawaii, the Nunes style is a great mix of form and function. With the chevron rope binding, rosette, and fretboard detailing, this is a quality constructed product that does not sacrifice tone. It is made with a lightweight construction that gives the ukulele maximum tone and volume for such a small body. Mahogany has a warm, rich, and full tone to it. Ohana mahoganies have great projection for a mahogany. This one packs a lot of volume and punch. The beauty of it being an all-solid instrument is, the more you play it, the better it will sound. All-solid instruments open up with time, but will still sound amazing right out of the box. The Ohanas have a nice light construction that makes it very resonant. I think you will be very pleased! The vintage rubbed finish gives no barrier to the tone as well.
• Portuguese Style Vintage Design
• Premium Solid Mahogany Top, Back & Sides
• Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
• Gotoh Friction Tuners
• Bone Nut & Saddle
• Classic Rope Binding on Top & Back
• Classic Rope Inlay Rosette
• Chevron Pattern Rope Inlay Along Fretboard & Headstock
• Dual Pearloid Dot Inlay Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Pearloid Side Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Satin Finish
• 12 Frets to Body
• Scale Length = 13-3/4”
• Body Length = 9-3/16”
• Overall Length = 20-3/4”
• Upper Bout Width = 4-13/16”
• Lower Bout Width = 6-1/16”
• Body Height = 2-3/8”
• Overall Height = 2-7/8” (including bridge & saddle)
• Nut Width = 1-5/16”
*International Buyers – Please Note:
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