Kala's KA-KTG Tenor gives you deep, rich ukelele tone that's visually complemented by the rich hues of the instrument's koa top, back, and sides. Harvested on the Big Island of Hawaii, the hand-selected koa used in this instrument is a classic and sought-after tonewood. If you're a guitarist, this gorgeous uke is a natural for layering on top of acoustics in your recordings. But whether you're a pro or just getting into the ukulele, if you want an instrument that's ideal in the studio, at home - or on the beach, Sweetwater's got your uke!
Kala KA-KTG Koa Tenor Ukulele at a Glance:
The Tenor Uke: many players consider it to be the perfect size
The concert ukulele - one size larger than the original soprano - was introduced in the 1920s as an "enhanced" soprano, sporting a louder, deeper tone with more body and richness. In the quest for even more volume and deeper bass, the tenor came along shortly thereafter. You'll find - much to your delight - that the Kala KA-KTG Tenor Uke gives you robust volume for its relatively diminutive size, along with deliciously warm and clear ukulele tone.
From Kala - the Uke company
Kala is all about Uke. The company lives and breathes ukulele - ukes are all they make, and they make them exceedingly well. In fact, Kala is in no small part responsible for the strong resurgence of interest in the uke we've seen since the mid 1990s. They design and manufacture over 120 different models made from a variety of woods, including lacewood, koa, mango, mahogany, flame/spalted maple, bocote, acacia, and the classic spruce top/rosewood back and sides combo.
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