Kala KA-SSTU-C Solid Spruce Concert Travel Ukulele

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Kala KA-SSTU-C Solid Spruce Concert Travel Ukulele

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  • The ultra-thin Travel line is built to go anywhere. The thinbody makes these light and portable -- perfect for any adventure.
  • The arched back is designed to deliver a huge sound.
  • This concert-sized ukulele features a Solid Spruce top, Mahogany back and sides, a black binding, Mahogany neck, satin finish, and Rosewood fingerboard.
  • With a standard headstock, Aquila Super Nylgut strings, no electronics, and including a Custom Deluxe Gig Bag, this ukulele is equipped with Graph Tech NuBone nut and saddle.

  • Travel Concert Uke Series 14-7/8 Concert Scale (Distance from Nut to Saddle) 24-3/8 Overall body length 11 Body length 6 Upper Bout 8-1/4 Lower Bout 5 Waist Slim Concert Thinline body 1 -1 Arched Back Body depth 1-3/8 At Nut Solid Spruce top Mahogany back and sides Binding is black,white black white with black rosette Mahogany neck with Rosewood fingerboard and Bridge 18 Silver nickel frets Position marks on top and side of fingerboard Synthetic bone nut and saddle Die-Cast Chrome tuners with black buttons Satin Finish Logo Travel Bag included Aquila strings
    • Model Number: KA-SSTU-C

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    • 5
      A very nice buy

      Posted by Fidalgo Island gal on 23rd Feb 2015

      This is a super little uke for traveling, it's the best I've found in the "slim" category. Very sturdy and my concert size fits in an airline overhead bin, straight in. I think the tenor would probably be a little oversized for that.

      For an inexpensive uke, the action is surprisingly low. I find the ukulele very playable overall and it sounds good enough to take to uke fests. It's obviously PERFECT for hiking and camping and I was very happy to find that Kala now has 2 backstraps on the gig bag. Very useful indeed.

      A friend has the soprano size and it is tiny. I find the neck length limiting, though, and am glad to have the concert with 14 free frets to the body, and another 4 on the body.