Solid Spruce Top Exotic Mahogany Concert


$279.99 MSRP $139.99

This product has been discontinued.

New for 2019, the Solid Spruce Exotic Mahogany Series comes in concert and tenor models. Spruce has a broad dynamic range that works well for both strumming and fingerpicking. Spruce’s consistent, clear, balanced, and robust tone pairs well with the resonance, midrange frequencies, and quick response of Exotic Mahogany. Available in concert and tenor models.

Size: Concert
Top: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Exotic Mahogany
Binding: Black
Finish: Satin
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Striped Ebony
Nuts & Saddle: GraphTech NuBone®
Strings: Aquila Super Nylgut®
Electronics: N/A


Scale Length: 14.875 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 24.125 inches, Body Length: 11.125 inches, Number of frets: 18, Width at upper bout: 6 inches, Width at lower bout: 8.25 inches, Width at waist: 4.875 inches, Body Depth: 2.75 inches, Fingerboard width at nut: 1.37 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.74 inches

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Reviewed by Steven E.
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Beautiful with a dynamic sound that projects

I believe I got one of the last ones before the model got discontinued. For a first ukulele, I wanted an intermediate level model that I can grow with. The KA-SSEM-C was the perfect ukulele for that, especially at the price I got it for; a few dollars above my $150 budget.

Its understated beauty in the cream colored spruce and almost caramel mahogany with simple rosette and edge rope design. I especially liked the ebony bridge and fretboard with the black Nubone nut and saddle. The looks does not scream or shout. But the sound, on the other hand...

The solid spruce top really projects sound when strummed normally. The solid spruce delivers a full, and a little bright sound paired with the layered exotic mahogany sides and back. Because every string rings true, I know when I mess up, and it has helped me improve my finger placement and strumming technique.

I am a beginner in playing ukulele, but I’ve been playing the guitar for years. Yet I’ve been idle in my progress because most of the chords were barres and I could not get the stings pressed down enough. I got discouraged.

I believe I can go far with the ukulele because playing chords is easier with the smaller area and less strings. Barre chords are executed better except for some that span four or five frets. That’ll take time. I’m really enjoying learning to play. It’s even sweeter learning to play with my daughter who was gifted a ukulele this last Christmas.

The Kala KA-SSEM-C was an excellent first choice, and it will…

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