Pineapple Koa Tenor Ukulele at Hale Ukulele
This Pineapple Koa Tenor Ukulele at Hale Ukulele was delivered last year about the same time as the Christmas Koa Pineapple Ukulele. Even though this one got snatched up while I was making another delivery to Hale Ukulele, it still deserves a bit of air time.
All Koa, Blue Abalone Purfling, India Rosewood binding, Amazon finger board and bridge, Green/black fiber color accents, Australian Mallee burl accent woods, Romero low “G” strings–check!
I think I’ve made the comment before that these pineapple cuties are actually about the same dimension as a concert but have more volume and consequently have a sound that is almost as big as a tenor. The tenor scale, of course, helps and I am making the instruments 15 frets to the body in order to move the bridge into a more sound favorable position of the sound board.
This Pineapple Koa Tenor Ukulele at Hale Ukulele–not at Hale Ukulele anymore. Guess, I’ve got to make another!