Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Ko'olau Tenor 100 Very Curly Koa

Sorry for the lack of posts lately. I was under the weather, but am back now, and have a bunch of great new ukuleles to share with you. Today is a piece that I have been saving to share for a little while. A Ko'olau Tenor 100 in Hawaiian Koa. The body is in extremely curly Hawaiian Koa. The neck is mahogany, with spruce bracing and ebony fingerboard, bridge, faceplate, and heelcap. M.O.P. logo and position markers. Gotoh tuners and abalone rosette. Nitro Satin finish. This is one of the curliest ukes that I have seen in a while. The curl is very tightly lined, and it did not show up really well in the photos, but trust me, it is deep and translucent. Mahalo.

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