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Lanikai CK-6E 6 String Tenor Ukulele

The Curly Koa Series is the pride of Lanikai. The CK-6E uses Hawaiian Koa that is especially prized for its curly grain. Lanikai makes use of this exquisite wood by handcrafting the CK series to exacting specifications. Grown mostly on the island of Oahu, the gorgeous red-hued wood used for the Curly Koa series make these ukuleles look as beautiful as they sound. In its most traditional form the CK-6E is a 6 string tenor ukulele that owes its existence to Portuguese immigrants bringing their craft of music instrument building to Hawaii in the 1870s. The CK-6E comes with classical style tuning machines geared 14/1 for those players that demand greater control over their tuning. This model comes with the standard tuning of GCEA with the C and A strings doubled like a 12 string guitar. If you have never played ukulele before get ready for a world of fun. The ukulele is an addicting instrument that can and will be taken everywhere. The standard tuning on a Soprano, Concert, and Tenor ukulele is GBEA, and on a Baritone DGBE. This acoustic/electric ukulele comes equiped with a Shadow preamp for live performance. If you can play one ukulele you can play them all! With the easy playability, and included instruction booklet written by Mary Lou Dempler you will be playing in a matter of minutes then youll see why people are saying Lanikai Makes Me Happy! For more information about this model or Lanikai please visit www.Lanikaiukes.com



Lanikai CK-6E 6 String Tenor Ukulele

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