Kamaka HF-2 #201373 All Solid Hawaiian Koa Concert Ukulele with Hard Case
Intermediate size between the standard and tenor. Has a fuller tone, while retaining the ease of the smaller standard. Also known as an Alto.
- Concert Scale
- All Solid Hawaiian Koa Top/Back/Sides
- Hawaiian koa Top/Back/Sides
- Honduran mahogany neck
- Rosewood fretboard and bridge
- Kamaka logo in mother of pearl
- Semi-gloss finish
- Kamaka Deluxe Hard Case Included
- Overall length: 23-1/2″
- Scale length: 15″
- Total frets: 16
- Frets to the body: 12
Fine tonal quality and full-bodied sound. Generally preferred by professional entertainers. The comfortable size and scale length of the tenor 4-string make it one of Kamaka's most popular models.
“Kamaka ʻukulele has always been my instrument of choice. They are very expressive and itʻs the tone that I grew up listening to as a child. I love their ʻukulele and I hope more people will have the opportunity to experience the joy of playing a Kamaka.” JAKE SHIMABUKURO
ABOUT KAMAKA UKULELES
All models are made of Hawaiian koa wood with a lacquer finish to show fine grain highlights. Necks are made of mahogany, and fingerboards and bridges are rosewood, except for deluxe models. All models now include a custom Kamaka Ukulele case.
Maker of Hawaii's Finest Ukuleles Since 1916
Welcome to Kamaka Hawaii, Inc., makers of Hawaii's finest ukuleles, and the home of the original Pineapple Ukulele! Kamaka Hawaii was established in 1916 in the Territory of Hawaii, and is a family-owned and operated business. The Kamaka family has been dedicated to building skillfully-handcrafted ukuleles for nearly a century. The heritage of ukulele making at Kamaka Hawaii is preserved by second and third generation Hawaiian luthiers, as well as the many talented craftsmen at the Kakaako factory in Honolulu.
A tradition of excellence is the foundation of Kamaka Hawaii's reputation. Kamaka ukuleles are world-renown, and possess a lasting, rich tone that cannot be duplicated. The process of making a Kamaka ukulele is an art that involves design, redesign, and experimentation to produce instruments with outstanding tonal and playing characteristics. Many of the techniques used today have evolved from practices developed by founder Sam Kamaka Sr. This ensures consistency in quality, resulting in ukuleles that are often handed down to future generations and cherished as valued family heirlooms.
Kamaka ukuleles begin as rough Hawaiian koa lumber, and are meticulously hand built into exquisite musical instruments enjoyed by ukulele players and audiences across the globe. The Kamaka name is synonymous with superior Hawaiian craftsmanship, and Kamaka ukuleles are world-class instruments enjoyed by everyone from elementary school beginners to professional musicians.