**This a a B-stock ukulele, meaning there it has a cosmetic blemish that does not effect the structure or playability of the ukulele. But I love to stock them to pass on saving to my customers that may want a nicer ukulele at a lower price.
I could not figure out why this one was blemish stock. There may be something with the finish or something. If there is something, it is slight and will save you some money! It will still get the same great setup as my A-stock ukuleles!**
Cedar is one of my favorite tonewoods. Cedar is full, low, resonant, and punchy. It has a HUGE sound in a little ukulele! The laminate willow back is sides is not only beautiful, but it makes this uke very stable in a variety of temperature and humidity conditions. It is a high quality laminate that still gives this uke a nice full, resonant, and punchy sound and most of the tone comes from the tonewood of the top. The Ohana sopranos are made with a slightly "fatty" body. A little deeper and a little fuller which really allows them to have a really great sound and warmth! It has a great feel and great playability at a great price! You will be very pleased with your ukulele. This is one of the favorite ukuleles of my customers. The willow is beautiful and the gloss finish really brings out the beautiful grain of these ukuleles!
• Solid Cedar Top
• Willow Wood Back & Sides
• Mahogany Binding on Top, Back & Headstock
• Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
• Sound-hole Rosette in Ribbon Style
• Top Purfling in Ribbon Style
• Pearloid Dot Inlay Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Grover Geared Tuners
• Aquila Strings
• Gloss Finish
• 12 Frets to Body; Total 15 Frets
• Scale Length = 13-3/4”
• Body Length = 9-1/2”
• Overall Length = 21”
• Upper Bout Width = 5-1/2”
• Lower Bout Width = 7”
• Body Height = 2-1/2”
• Overall Height = 3” (including bridge & saddle)
• Nut Width = 1-5/16”
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