Revelator™ Nautilus Master Grade Korina Tenor Ukulele

Model: NSM-KOR-T


Rated 4.7 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews

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The Revelator™ Nautilus Master Grade Korina Tenor Ukulele features all Korina construction with variegated and figured Black Limba from West Africa. The Master Grade model displays not only the black striations and unique patterns typical of the wood chosen for this series but significant figuring as well. The Master Grade model also features an ebony bridge, fingerboard and headplate. The Nautilus fretboard symbol and Kala headstock logo are inlaid with rare Australian Gold Pearl. Gold Grover tuners keep your instrument in tune. This Revelator is a true joy to play and enjoy! Each Kala Revelator ukulele is handcrafted in the Kala Lutherie Studio in Petaluma, California and comes in a padded Transit Series Gig Bag.

To ensure the health of this instrument, we recommend storing it in 40-60% humidity, away from direct sun, vents or extreme temperatures. We recommend storing it at least part time in a bag or case with an ukulele humidifier, or humidity-controlled environment. (Kala-recommended humidifier coming soon.)

Choose Your Revelator by Serial #

Each Kala Revelator ukulele is crafted, assembled, and ready to ship. Be sure to select your unique ukulele by choosing the corresponding serial number from the drop-down bar above before adding it to your cart.

Revelator™ by Kala
Size: Tenor
Top: Korina
Back & Sides: Korina
Neck: Korina
Finish: UV-Cured Satin
Fingerboard: Ebony
Headstock: Beizier Curve
Headstock Inlay: Gold Mother of Pearl
Bridge: Ebony
Nut: Hand-cut Corian®
Saddle: Hand-cut Corian®
Tuners: Gold Grover 14:1 Gear Ratio
Strings: Brown Fluorocarbon by Worth / Wound G & C by D'Addario
Electronics: Passive Piezo
Cutaway: Florentine

Scale Length: 17.1875 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 26.0 inches, Body Length: 12.375 inches, Number of Frets: 22, Width at Upper Bout: 6.9375 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 9.25 inches, Width at Waist: 5.6875 inches, Body Depth: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.4375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.75 inches

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Reviewed by Evelyn R.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Revelator Nautilus Master

Wonderful!! This ukulele is gorgeous!! I have many of the big name ukuleles, but the sound on this one is just unbelievably beautiful. I love the grain of the wood. All I can say is I love this ukulele

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Reviewed by GLENN A.
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Beautiful wood and impeccable build quality from the luthiers at Kala! Sound is special making this a really special Uke.

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Reviewed by John N.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5
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No volume control?

This is my second Kala Uke. I love Korina tonewood so I went all-in on this lovely instrument. My acoustic tenor sounds rich compared to this, but I expected that because of the thin body. What I didn’t expect was the lack of a volume control. Any acoustic electric guitar I have at least has a volume control, and a tone control is a plus. This could get sketchy onstage with feedback. I still love it, but I’m hoping for a retrofit.

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Kala Brand Music Co.™

We appreciate the purchase and feedback, John!

Part of what make the Revelator special is its incredibly slim design (with astounding acoustic output) and very simple EQ. While we understand the desire, and we researched the feasibility - adding a volume pot (or any other control) would alter the unique acoustic structure of the instrument and it may affect the sound or construction - so we had to forgo the option.
We hope you understand and continue to enjoy the instrument. Perhaps a volume pedal might be a solution for your rig?
-Ash Reyes, Kala Service Team

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