**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.
On this one I could not quite figure out why is was considered a blemished ukulele. Maybe the spot on the back, but that seems to be more of a grain mark. So just know there is something on this ukulele that is imperfect, but whatever it is, it is so slight it will be hard to notice unless you take some time to really look for it! But it will save you money! **
Mahogany has a warm, rich, mellow tone to it. This one also has a lot of volume and projection for a mahogany soprano. 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. They become more warm and rich as they settle in. The Ohanas have a nice light construction that makes it very resonant. I think you will be very pleased! This one is by far the best value for an all solid instrument! You get A LOT of tone for your dollar!
• Solid Mahogany Top, Back & Sides
• Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
• Sound-hole Rosette in black/white/black
• Grover Geared Tuners
• Boner Nut & Saddle
• Pearloid Dot Inlay Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Pearloid Side Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Satin Finish
• 12 Frets to Body; Total 15 Frets
• Scale Length = 13-3/4”
• Body Length = 9-1/2”
• Overall Length = 21”
• Upper Bout Width = 5”
• Lower Bout Width = 6-1/2”
• Body Height = 2-1/2”
• Overall Height = 3” (including bridge & saddle)
• Nut Width = 1-5/16”
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