**I enjoy stocking blemished ukuleles for my customers who want to save some money, but do not mind a cosmetic blemish. These are purely cosmetic and in no way effect the structure and the playability of the ukulele. And they still get the same great setup. I will note the blemish below.
This one has some light spots where the stain must have not completely dried before the builder picked it up. So there are 2 finger size spots on the front and splotch on the back. Both towards the bottom. It is only a finish issue. I took a close up picture so make sure it does not bother you before purchasing.**
If you want a Tiple, Ohana makes a great Tiple! A Tiple is a classic vintage Columbian instrument made with 10 strings. It is Octave paired G, then High, Low, High C, then High, Low, High E, and then unison A. It is clangy and rich, and a unique distinctive tone. If you have been looking for this jangly, steel string, throw-back tone, it is available through Ohana Ukuleles. These are often limited in availability, so get yours while you can!
• 10-String Tenor - a Vintage Reproduction of the Columbian Tiple
• 10 Steel Strings in Four Courses of 2, 3, 3, & 2
• Solid Mahogany Top, Back & Sides
• Rosewood Top & Back Body Binding
• Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
• Sound-hole Rosette in black/white/black
• Top & Back Purfling in white/black/white
• Pearloid Dot Inlay Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Pearloid Side Markers on Frets # 5, 7, 10 & 12
• Slotted Headstock Design
• Open Geared Tuners
• Bone Nut & Saddles
• GHS Steel Strings, Tuned to G3 G4 - C4 C3 C4 - E4 E3 E4 - A4 A4
• Matte Finish
• 12 Frets to Body; Total 18 Frets
• Scale Length = 17”
• Body Length = 12”
• Overall Length = 27-1/2”
• Upper Bout Width = 6-3/4”
• Lower Bout Width = 9-1/8”
• Body Height = 3-3/4”
• Overall Body Height = 4-3/8” (including bridge & saddle)
• Nut Width = 1-1/2”
*International Buyers – Please Note:
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