Kala Makala MK-T Tenor Ukulele

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Order your Kala Makala MK-T Tenor Ukulele from Sam Ash Direct today for the guaranteed lowest price.

The Kala Makala MK-T Tenor Ukulele offers a fresh approach to ukuleles. The MK-T has an Agathis body, along with a rosewood bridge. Sporting a 3 1/8” body depth and a 26 3/4" length, the MK-T pumps out a lot of sound, and delivers a warm tone. The mahogany neck features a rosewood fingerboard with 18 brass frets. Guitar players will love the low action and ease of playability The Kala Makala MK-T is extremely affordable and a great way to get started on the ukulele.

Features:

•  17 Tenor Scale (Distance from Nut to Saddle)
•  26-3/4 Overall body length
•  11-7/8 Body length
•  7-1/8 Upper Bout
•  9-1/2 Lower Bout
•  5-3/4 Waist
•  3-1/8 Body depth
•  1-3/8 At Nut
•  Agathis Body
•  18 Brass Frets
•  Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge
•  Mahogany neck
•  Geared tuners
•  Case not included

Order your Kala Makala MK-T Tenor Ukulele from Sam Ash Direct today with the security of our 45/60 day return/price protection policy, and be sure to take advantage of our fast, free shipping.

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Series Makala
Model MK-T

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    I am a beginning player, had a concert size wanted the larger tennor. I like the sound of the tennor better than a saprano or concert.

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