Saturday, August 8, 2009

Ko'olau Chocolate Koa Tenor 100 SP

Here is a very special Tenor Ko'olau 100SP in a chocolate Hawaiian Koa. The photography makes the crain appear somewhat lighter than it does in real life. This wood has a creamy dark borwn color, with lighter gold and red striations running vertically through the grain. The neck is mahogany, the binding and heel cap are in maple. The fingerboard and bridge are in ebony. Abalone rosette with b/w/b purfling on either side, abalone positions markers, and M.O.P. logo round out the features. This instrument has more volume than most Ko'olau Tenor, and projects with great resonance. Beauty, and performance. Mahalo.

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