Monday, October 12, 2009

Ko'olau 100SP Tenor Ash and Spruce

Here is a special Ko'olau Tenor 100SP. This instrument has curly Ash back and sides, and a very nice, tightly lined Spruce top. Mahogany neck, ebony binding, bridge, and fingerboard. Abalone rosette, M.O.P. position markers and logo inlays. Gotoh sidegear tuners, and Ko'olau hard case. Ko'olau uses a variety of hard and tone woods to produce a range of tones and volumes. This Ash/Spruce combination is very full and mellow, with bright overtones. The ukulele will mature very well with the spruce top. If you have been considering an ukulele with non-traditional woods, this may be what you have been looking for. I like this instrument set up with a low G myself. This ukulele can be found at Ukulele Puapua. Mahalo. Tyler

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