GOOD TIMES, GREAT TUNES
“Hau’oli” means “happy” in Hawaiian, and it’s a good description for the sound of this inexpensive but high-quality tenor ukulele. The ukulele was created in the Hawaiian Islands in the 1800s and is once again enjoying one of its periodic massively popular resurgences in all kinds of pop songwriting and performance. The Hau’oli is an ideal choice for musicians who want a much higher-quality ukulele than the typical low-priced models, but still need to make their uke purchase a reasonably priced one. You get the advantage of a mahogany body and neck, the fuller sound projection of scalloped fan bracing, and the improved sustain of a bone nut and bridge saddle.
- Tenor ukulele
- Mahogany top with scalloped fan bracing
- Mahogany back and sides
- Mahogany neck with 19 frets, none nut and Telecaster® headstock shape
- Rosewood bridge with bone saddle
- Acrylic abalone rosette, abalone dot inlays