Port Orford Cedar Top Hawaiian Koa Tenor Port Orford Cedar grows along streams in the valleys of the Klamath Mountains. Port Orford Cedar is pale in comparison to other cedars, with a fine, tight grain, making it strong and lightweight with excellent tonal qualities — a preferred wood for stringed instruments. Our Port Orford Cedar Top Elite comes with Hawaiian Koa back and sides in a satin finish, specially combined to create a ukulele that sounds bright and is also simple and elegant in style. Comes equipped with Kala custom chrome tuners with black buttons and Kala Elite Brown Fluorocarbon Strings by Worth with Low G. Each model comes in a Kala Elite Archtop Hard Case with a plush interior and includes a D’Addario® Humidifier Pro. Preferred by professional musicians, the tenor adds a warmth and depth to the classic ukulele sound.
Going against the grain is literally what gives Flame Maple its beautiful perpendicular, undulating, almost iridescent stripes. Our Solid Flame Maple Super Tenor has contrasting Koa binding, rosette, headplate, and heel cap in a satin finish. These muted, natural colors let the wood speak for itself…until you play it…then this ukulele will surprise you with the most commanding, clear, bright sound with even harmonics. Our Super Tenor models come with a longer neck and have a longer body and a wider lower bout than our traditional Tenor ukulele. The longer neck has a 19” scale length and better fits the wider lower bout and longer body of the Super Tenor. The Super Tenor has a deeper and warmer sound and resonance due to its increased lower bout size.