Sunday, July 25, 2010

Moore Bettah Wave Tenor Slothead Koa

Here is a Tenor slothead ukulele from Moore Bettah of the Big Island of Hawaii. This ukulele is made of solid Hawaiian curly Koa wood. Ebony fingerboard, faceplate, bridge, full body binding, bottom strip, heel cap, and soundhole bindings. B/W/B purfling on the top, back, rosette, and headstock. Abalone rosette, headstock motif, bridge accent, and position markers. Slotted headstock with gold Grover tuners. Spanish Cedar neck. Player's side soundhole. High grade nitro gloss finish. #1019.
These ukuleles are exceedingly well made, and hard to come across. This is a new instrument. It is currently available at Ukulele Puapua in Honolulu. Please email or call for more information.
Thanks for looking.

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