Spalted mango creates a desirable tenor ukulele with a breathtaking appearance.
This dynamic Lanikai SM-T ukulele with its beautiful appearance will certainly turn heads at your next jam session. The solid spalted mango wood allows for heavy strumming with the balance needed for delicate fingerstyle playing. Rounding off this gem of a tenor ukulele are the gold-plated Kluson-style tuning machines that ensure long hours of stress-free playing.
The tenor ukulele body offers deep tone, with a bolder projection in a slightly larger-bodied instrument. Ready for the stage, the sound is ideal for melodic finger movements or rhythmic strumming, and the uke's size lets you take it wherever you feel inspired to play. The beautiful spalted mango body offers tremendous beauty, with a lovely tone that's full and balanced. The tenor uke's 17-1/2" scale provides smooth, comfortable access all along the instrument's 19 frets. The tenor ukulele's strong mahogany neck adds strength to the instrument's construction, while the sturdy ebony bridge and fingerboard complement each note's sustain and decay.
Dressed with a natural gloss finish and featuring gold-plated hardware, this tenor ukulele is a model of easy playability. If you've never played ukulele before, get ready for a world of fun. The Lanikai SM-T ukulele is an addicting instrument that can and will be taken everywhere.
The Lanikai SM-T ukulele is strung with Aquila Nylgut Strings.
- 4-string tenor ukulele
- Spalted mango body
- 17-1/2" scale
- Mahogany neck
- Abalone binding and rosette
- Ebony bridge and fretboard
- 19 frets
- 35mm nut width
- Gold-plated Kluson tuners
- Gold-plated hardware
Pick up a Lanikai uke today and see why people are saying "Lanikai makes me happy."
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Comments about Lanikai SM-T Solid Spalted Mango Tenor Ukulele:
My solid spalted mango ukulele is perfectly built and the Aquila strings deliver such beautifully rounded and mellow tones that the only thing comparable is a quality solid koa ukulele! I use this uke to teach my ukulele classes with as it has the most bang (and bling) for the buck. Nothing beats the sound of a solid wood ukulele. A comparable Hawaiian made ukulele would cost hundreds of dollars more and not sound one whit better. It needs no set up right out of the box. Like all sold wood instruments, this uke needs to be protected by a humidifyer and a tenor case. It's a winner!