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B-Stock: Port Orford Cedar Top Koa Tenor
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Port Orford Cedar grows along streams in the valleys of the Klamath Mountains. Port Orford Cedar is pale in comparison to other cedars, with a fine, tight grain, making it strong and lightweight with excellent tonal qualities — a preferred wood for stringed instruments. Our Port Orford Cedar Top Elite comes with Hawaiian Koa back and sides in a satin finish, specially combined to create a ukulele that sounds bright and is also simple and elegant in style.
Comes equipped with Kala custom chrome tuners with black buttons and Kala Elite Brown Fluorocarbon Strings by Worth with Low G. Each model comes in a Kala Elite Archtop Hard Case with a plush interior and includes a D’Addario® Humidifier Pro. Preferred by professional musicians, the tenor adds a warmth and depth to the classic ukulele sound.
This Port Orford Cedar Top Hawaiian Koa Tenor is considered a blem because of a finish sag on the bottom side of the upper bout, and a visible seam on the top going from the rosette to the bridge (see pictures). Any instrument that is considered a blem has small cosmetic imperfections, but playability and quality are not compromised.
Bag and Case Information
Fits ALL Kala TENOR sized bags and cases
|Top:||Solid Port Orford Cedar|
|Back & Sides:||Solid Figured Hawaiian Koa|
|Heel Cap:||Pau Ferro|
|Nut:||Graph Tech NuBone®|
|Tuners:||Kala Chrome Closed Gear with Black Buttons|
|Strings:||Kala Elite Brown Fluorocarbon by Worth with Low G|
|Includes:||Kala Elite Archtop Hard Case & D’Addario® Humidifier Pro|
Scale Length: 17.0 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 26.5 inches, Body Length: 11.875 inches, Number of Frets: 18, Width at Upper Bout: 7.0 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 9.375 inches, Width at Waist: 5.875 inches, Body Depth: 3.0 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.5 inches, Fingerboard width at 12th Fret: 2.0 inches, Fingerboard Radius: Flat