Kala KA-S Satin Mahogany Soprano Ukulele

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Kala KA-S Satin Mahogany Soprano Ukulele

Austin Bazaar is an authorized Kala dealer.

Adding value to your purchase, Austin Bazaar bundles your instrument with necessary accessories. Everything you need to start playing immediately comes in one box. Save yourself the hassle and save some money while you're at it.

  • Soprano size
  • Mahogany body and neck
  • Walnut fingerboard
  • Cream binding
  • Satin finish

  • The Satin Mahogany line is Kala's flagship collection and has become an industry standard. The traditional design is highlighted with a satin finish and Cream binding. Built and designed to stand the test of time.
    Size: Soprano
    Top: Mahogany
    Back & Sides: Mahogany
    Binding: Cream
    Finish: Satin
    Neck: Mahogany
    Fingerboard: Walnut
    Nut & Saddle: GraphTech NuBone
    Headstock: Standard
    Strings: Aquila Super Nylgut
    Electronics: NA

    Scale Length: 13.625 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 20.875 inches, Body Length: 9.375 inches, Number of Frets: 12, Width at Upper Bout: 5.125 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 7 inches, Width at Waist: 4.5 inches, Body Depth: 2.375 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard Width at Neck/Body Joint: 1.625 inches

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      Purchased as a “travel” uke

      Posted by T Budd on 17th Sep 2021

      First the staff at Austin Bazaar staff was very helpful and shipping was prompt. Been playing for about ten years and have a like number of instruments. My first ukulele was a low end Kala soprano and I loved it. Upon opening the box for this one I was impressed with the appearance. Great looking and the frets were well finished. After that I discovered that corners were cut to keep the price down. The negatives: I’ve played it every day for two weeks the tuners are not very good and have to be adjusted every morning (yes, I tightened them). Next the set up was poor (intonation). The notes all go sharp at about the 7th fret. Inside there is no kerfing to support the back (but it seems to be stable). The single back brace is crooked (glued to one side but not the other).
      Bottom line - the price was low so it is an OK travel uke. I have a tenor Kala (also a laminate) with none of these problems. Kala needs to work their quality control. Thanks for reading.