D'Angelico Montauk Soprano Ukulele - Solid Mahogany Top
The flagship model in D'Angelico's first-ever collection of ukuleles, the Montauk is a soprano ukulele offering remarkable playability and classic tone. Perfectly suited to both beginners and serious players, the Montauk features a solid mahogany top for warm, rich resonance, and an open pore natural finish for unobstructed tone. A slim neck shape and 1.4" nut width make the Montauk easy to navigate for hands of all sizes, while a lightweight build offers added comfort This is a super classy looking little soprano. Aloha !!
I tried to order more of these after I received them and sadly D'Angelico said they have no plans to make any more ukes. Once our stock is gone, they're gone.
- Body Shape: Soprano
- Color: Natural Mahogany
- Top Material: Solid Mahogany
- Back Material: Laminated Mahogany
- Side Material: Laminated Mahogany
- Bridge Shape: Stairstep
- Bridge Material: Torrefied Merbau
- Saddle: PPS
- Bridge Pin: Black Plastic with White Dot
- Material: Mahogany with Scarf Joint and Stacked Heel
- Heel Shape: Triangle
- Nut Width: 1.4"
- Nut Material: PPS
- Shape of Back: C-Shape
- Joint Type: Dowel
- Neck Joins Body at: 12F
- Material: Torrefied Merbau / Straight End
- Binding: Black
- Fretwire: 1.5 mm Tall
- Scale: 345 mm
- Radius: Flat
- Position Inlay: Acrylic Dot
- Side Marker: White Dot
- Number of Frets: 16
*All of our ukuleles are inspected and adjusted if necessary before they are sent out. Our goal is to provide you with a ukulele that is set up for optimal playability on arrival. Our facility is meticulously humidified to maintain the optimal humidity % for ukuleles to thrive in. We also deal with manufacturers that take pride in their work, most of them set up and inspect all of the ukes before they send them to us so there is usually not much to do to them. However, climates change and things happen which is why we look at every uke that gets sent out. Some of the things we check for are:
Level frets, smooth fret ends, optimal string height at the nut and saddle, conditioning of the fretboard, functionality of electronics and tuner (if applicable), tuning key tightness, buzzes on the neck, overall cosmetic appearance. As always, we don't send anything out that we wouldn't want to play ourselves. Aloha !!
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