Martin Tenor T1 Uke Streetmaster All Solid Mahogany Satin Rubbed Finish Ukulele w/ Bag -617
These Streetmaster ukulele by Martin are amazing! They are made from mahogany so they have a warm and rich tone! But they are also made lightweight with a satin finish, so that adds the resonance and the nice woody attack that you want from a Mahogany. So it does a good job of capturing the more vintage Martin tone, but at an affordable price! The Graphtec tuners look like a friction but behave like a geared tuner, so you get a sleep look with the convenience of a geared tuner. The satin rubbed finish, with custom "aging" makes each ukulele its own unique work of art!
The Uke you See is the Uke you Get!
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We’ve been making tenor-sized ukuleles since 1929, but nothing quite like this. An ultra-thin finish creates a beautifully weathered appearance that feels as if it’s an old friend you’ve been playing for years. The top, back and sides are all mahogany, making it lightweight with a bright tone. If you play guitar and want to learn the uke, this size makes for a comfortable transition, and it's great for both a child and full-grown adult. The T1 StreetMaster® brings together premier sound, outstanding playability, and easy affordability in one gorgeous instrument.
- BODY SIZE: Tenor Ukulele
- FINISH TOP: Satin
- BACK AND SIDE FINISH: Satin
- BRACING PATTERN: Tenor Ukulele
- SCALE LENGTH: 17″
- BRACE SHAPE: Non-Scalloped
- FINGERBOARD WIDTH AT NUT: 1 11/32”
- TOP MATERIAL: Mahogany
- NECK SHAPE: Tenor Ukulele
- BACK MATERIAL: Mahogany
- NECK TAPER: Standard Taper
- SIDE MATERIAL: Mahogany
- INCLUDES: Soft Gigbag
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