The Rebel Tenor Prototype Double Cheesecake with Binding All Solid Spruce / Mahogany Ukulele w/ Bag i291
This is an opportunity to own the first one of it's kind. This is The Rebel Tenor Cheesecake new-style prototype with binding. It could end up being a one of a kind if they end up not making them with the binding. I am unsure if this is the direction the brand will be going. But no matter what, it is the first of it's kind and is a unique opportunity to own an awesome The Rebel ukulele, but with a little something special that sets it apart.
The Rebel Ukuleles are crafted out of a unique partnership of artistry and luthiery. The design and tone of these ukuleles are exceptional!
The Cheese Cake series has the crisp, loud, bright, and resonant attack of the spruce with the warm, rich, woody punch of the mahogany back and sides! The build and lightness of this instrument gives it the nice crisp attack, even tones, and resonance that you would want out of your ukulele! It is an all around great sounding ukulele. With florocarbon strings and 4:1 ratio Gotoh UPT tuners, these ukuleles are made with only the best woods and appointments. This model has the standard body thickness. This one comes strung with Low G.
The design and artistry that goes into every The Rebel ukulele is something to be noted. From the multiple wood headstock logo to the fretboard inlay, you are truly buying a playable piece of art!
It comes with a free Rebel bag and will be set up for you by me, Mim!
Specification Size: Tenor (Standard Thickness) / Top: Spruce / Side, Back: Mahogany / Scale: 17-3/32” / Fretboard: 19-Fret /
Neck: Marrango / Nut & Saddle: TUSQ / Headplate: Ebony / Headstock Rebel Logo: Woods inlay /Fretboard & Bridge:
Ebony / Fret Markers (Rebel Signature): Maple Inlay / Fret Stripe: Ebony / Tuners: Gotoh Planetary Tuners / Finish: High-Gloss
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