The Ukulele was invented in 1880 by three maderian Cabinet Makers: Manuel Nunes, Jose do Espirito Santo, and Augusto Dias. The instrument is part of the guitar family and is most commonly associated with music from Hawaii. The Kala KA-PWT Pacific Walnut Uke has a beautiful light brown body with dark brown grain patterns. You get a wonderfully crisp sound. Get in touch with your inner islander with this good looking uke.
Specs: Pacific walnut body Mahogany neck Roswood fingerboard and bridge Satin finish Black heel cap and binding on top, sides and back 19 silver-nickel frets Fret position markers at 5th, 7th, 10th and 13 frets on neck and top of fingerboard Grover open geared tuners Premium Aquila Nygut strings 17″ tenor scale 26-1/2″ overall length 12″ body length 6-1/4″ upper bout 8-9/16″ lower bout 5-1/8″ waist 3-3/16″ body depth