Mahalo ML2 Island Series Concert Ukulele

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Product Description

With beautiful hand finished, see-through colors that enhance the wood’s natural grain these instruments will take you on a journey across the deep green seas to the golden sand dunes, cool rainforests and dazzling orange island sunsets in classic Mahalo style!

Island Series ukuleles feature a linden body with an arched back to produce an even blend of warm lows and bright highs. Aquila Super Nylgut strings and a Graph Tech NuBone saddle enhance the playing tension and resonance of this fine uke.

The jabon neck with slotted headstock and mahogany fingerboard provides wonderful playability and great response for exploring chords up and down the fingerboard. Our uniquely developed soft edge bridge ensures absolute playing comfort.

The Island Series compact, lightweight construction and heavy duty carry bag makes it the perfect travel companion. Bring your island adventure into your home, your uke group, school, college or to the beach – the choices are endless.

 

Specifications:

BODY: Linden with Arched Back

NECK: Jabon

HEADSTOCK: Slotted

HEADSTOCK VENEER: Linden

FINGERBOARD: Mahogany

BRIDGE: Mahogany

FRETS: 16, Nickel

MACHINE HEADS: Vintage, Nickel Plated

STRINGS: Aquila Super Nylgut

SADDLE: Graph Tech NuBone XB

NUT: ABS, White

SCALE LENGTH: Concert – 379mm

FINISH: Matt – Hand finished

COLOUR: Sand Dune

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Weight 20 kg
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