Tenor Ukulele
High-figure Acacia
Kasha braced

Body: Shell Pink T

Woods: Curly Acacia (Tasmanian Blackwood), Spanish Cedar neck, Ebony and Bloodwood appointments.

Construction Details: This ukulele is constructed with fairly unique bracing methods: Kasha bracing on the top, with asymmetrical bridge, and ring bracing on the back with flyover cross bracing. Treble-side sound hole with bass-side acoustic port.

The body is constructed with master grade Acacia from Australia. Acacia is the species of wood traditional to the ukulele. Commonly found in Hawaii, named Koa, and Australia which is named Tasmanian Blackwood. The neck is Spanish Cedar, elevated fingerboard in Ebony. Bridge and headplate are Ebony. The body and fretboard are bound in Bloodwood. Finished with a thin water-based urethane.