Romero Creations Koa Tiny Tenor 6 String Ukulele w/Case - TT6-K Guilele
The Romero Creations Tiny Tenor Guilele is conceptualized by Grammy award-winning ukulele virtuoso Daniel Ho and master luthier Pepe Romero. The Tiny Tenor is a tenor scale ukulele built to the length of a concert ukulele, maximizing portability without compromising sound. It's really an amazing instrument in looks, tone and portability. This 6 string model is tuned A to A giving you the top 4 strings of a ukulele with 2 lower strings. This one is made out of premium solid koa wood, the traditional wood used in Hawaiian ukulele making. Comes with a nice Romero Creations case. Aloha!
Romero Creaitons Tiny Tenor Ukulele - Solid Koa
- Size: Tiny Tenor
- Top: Solid Hawaiian Koa
- Back & Sides: Solid Hawaiian Koa
- Neck: Mahogany (17"scale)
- Bridge: Ebony
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Binding: No
- Nut & Saddle: Bone
- Tuners: Black Geared Tuners
- Overall Length: 23.5"
- Width: 8.5"
- Depth: 3"
- Strings: Pepe Romero Flurocarbon
- Electronics: No
- Strap Button: No
- Case: Romero Creations Deluxe Case
*All of our ukuleles are inspected and adjusted before they are shipped. 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 optimal humidity % for ukuleles to thrive in. We also partner with manufacturers that take pride in their work. Ukes are set-up and inspected prior to shipping to us so there's usually not much to adjust. However, climates and conditions can change during shipments and is why we inspect every instrument before we ship to you. We inspect things like...
Level frets, smooth fret ends, optimal string height at the 3rd and 12th fret, nut and saddle heights, conditioning of the fretboard, functionality of electronics and tuner (if applicable), tuning key function, neck buzz, and overall cosmetic appearance. As always, we don't send anything out that we wouldn't want to play ourselves. Aloha!!
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