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Martin T1K Koa Tenor Ukulele Natural 

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Excellent craftsmanship and solid Hawaiian koa for a full, authentic sound.

Martin has built the world's finest ukuleles since 1916, and tenor ukes since 1929 that have long been prized for their full-bodied voice and great volume. The T1K Koa Tenor Ukulele features top, back and sides crafted of solid Hawaiian koa, a wood native to Hawaii and a favorite of island players. Entire body is finished in high quality satin lacquer, and features an applied dovetail neck joint. The T1K Koa Tenor Ukulele is a beautiful example of why Martin is still the name in superior quality ukuleles.

Includes gig bag.

FEATURES
Full tenor ukulele sound
Solid Hawaiian koa back, sides and top
Dovetail neck joint
Select hardwood neck with solid morado fingerboard
17" scale length with 20 frets
White Tusq nut and saddle
Satin finish
Includes padded gig bag

Enjoy a ukulele that will last a lifetime. Order today.

 
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MartinT1K Koa Tenor Ukulele
 
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4.0

nice uke!

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from camarillo, ca

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Pros

  • Good Tone
  • Playability

Cons

  • Not Consistent

Best Uses

  • Everything

Comments about Martin T1K Koa Tenor Ukulele:

I play piano but wanted something I could bring with me. Started with riptide acacia but ended up taking back two. While looking for another i picked up the TK1 and strummed it a bit. I must have gone back to the store three times. I ended up with this Martin TK1. I paid the extra dough and it was worth it. Then I noticed the saddle was not in the bridge. How could this thing play without it? Very well, i couldn't believe it nor could anyone else. They ordered me a second one and so far so good. They play so nice, great sound and this one has really nice grain patterns. Build is nice, I'm happy now :-)

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