KU239, Mahogany and Port Orford Cedar Tenor using Kasha bracing
$650, Includes shipping to lower continental US
Here is a good opportunity to get a Kasha braced Tenor. The unique bracing and bridge shape moving the bass and treble sound waves throughout the soundboard. Designed for low G strings and in this case using Worth BT LG (brown tenor low g) strings to compliment the rich mahogany and Port Orford Cedar wood. Pau ferro fingerboard, mahogany bridge, corian saddle, bone nut, satin lacquer finish.
KU238, Maple and Redwood Tenor
This is one of my standard instruments because it is such a popular combination, Maple back and sides with a redwood top. Excellent intonation, sustain, volume and clarity of tone. Features my new head stock shape and new smaller black K logo. Grover Sta Tite tuners, Aquila super nylgut high G strings, bone nut and saddle, and rosewood fingerboard and bridge.
KU234, Koa Baritone with case
$899, includes case and free shipping to lower continental US
Nice dark Koa wood with some curl. I find the darker Koa has a lower and woodier sound. Featuring a Maple rosette and unique white sapwood Koa bindings to provide a nice accent. There are side fret dots, but none on top the fingerboard for a clean look, and requested by some guitar players. Includes strap buttons which were added after taking the photos. The case is a Kala Uke Crazy case, a hard polyfoam cloth covered case.
KU236, Baritone with Myrtle and Redwood
$800, includes free shipping to lower continental US
Wonderfully resonant and beautiful baritone ukulele you will not find in any stores. Hand made with 4A grade Myrtle hand picked for me by the mill combined with some great straight grained aged Redwood. I added a black, white and blue rosette, as well as walnut bindings also with a black, white and blue accent, making for a red, white and blue themed instrument. The myrtle is similar to maple in tone, but mellower. The redwood is very resonant accentuating all the frequencies across the spectrum, and the low action Worth brown strings make for easy playing.
serial number 236
KU229, Khaya Baritone
$650, includes free shipping to lower continental US
The Khaya for this baritone, also known as African Mahogany, was grown and harvested in Hawaii. It has a beautiful stripy pattern, and the mellow sound that Mahogany is known for. Khaya has a janka hardness between Koa and Honduras Mahogany, so it shares some tonal qualities of both. I decided to make it without bindings or added adornments to show off the tight construction joints and natural beauty. Other details: Spanish cedar hand shaped neck, Indian Rosewood fingerboard 1.5″ wide at the nut, mother of pearl fret markers, ebony bridge, bone nut and saddle, Grover U98 tuners with 18:1 tuning ratio, Martin 630 strings DGBE, and satin lacquer finish.
serial # 229
Kelali T shirts
Cotton T shirts with silk screened images. The silk screening was done for me in Santa Rosa, Ca.
$20 when purchased with an ukulele and can be shipped with the instrument. You will need to make 2 separate purchases, the shirt and the instrument since there is no shopping cart. I will see the orders and them and ship together.