Laminated Sapele tenor ukulele
Model No. : UKSS26
Item Name: Laminated Sapele tenor ukulele
Size: 26 inches
Top: Laminated Sapele ;
Side& Back:Laminated Sapele;
Neck: Okoume ;
String: Factory String
Nut & Saddle: ABS
MOQ: 300 pcs for OEM
Fit for: solo, or play with cajon box,kalimba,guitar, violin ect.
Height Musical Instrument Co.,ltd is a professional kalimba,cajon and ukulele factory in China for more than 9 years. We supply Laminated Sapele tenor ukulele for many countries, some are OEM their brand and some with our HEIGHT brand.Our ukulele mainly including colorful kids ukulele Soprano ukulele,Concert,Tenor, Baritone and electric bass ukulele; also we can produce ukulele bags in differ size and differ style. OEM is acceptable.
Ukulele Construction Tip:
Ukuleles are generally made of wood, though variants have been composed partially or entirely of plastic or other materials. Cheaper ukuleles are generally made from plywood or laminate woods, in some cases with a soundboard of a tonewood such as spruce. More expensive ukuleles are made of solid hardwoods such as mahogany. The traditionally preferred wood for ukuleles is acacia koa.
Typically, ukuleles have a figure-eight body shape similar to that of a small acoustic guitar. They are also often seen in non-standard shapes, such as cutaway shape and an oval, usually called a "pineapple" ukulele, invented by the Kamaka Ukulele company, or a boat-paddle shape, and occasionally a square shape, often made out of an old wooden cigar box.
These instruments usually have four strings; some strings may be paired in courses, giving the instrument a total of six or eight strings (primarily for greater strumming volume.) The strings themselves were originally made of catgut. Modern ukuleles use nylon polymer strings, with many variations in the material, such as fluorocarbon, aluminium (as winding on lower pitched strings), and Nylgut.
Instruments with 6 or 8 strings in four courses are often called taropatches, or taropatch ukuleles. They were once common in a concert size, but now the tenor size is more common for six-string taropatch ukuleles. The six string, four course version, has two single and two double courses, and is sometimes called a Lili'u, though this name also applies to the eight-string version. Eight-string baritone taropatches exist, and, 5-string tenors have also been made