Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele

Concert Ukulele with Mahogany Construction, Composite Binding, Chrome-plated Tuners, and Satin Finish
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Great First Ukulele!

The Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele is, according to Kohala, "calibrated for maximum partying." Seriously, the instrument is made of mahogany - a venerable tonewood - and it projects rich uke tone and impressive volume for its size. It sports classy-looking body and neck binding, as well as chrome-plated die-cast tuning machines for solid tuning stability. It's a fantastic value. So grab your Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele and head for the beach.

The Concert Uke: many players consider it to be the perfect size

The concert ukulele - one size larger than the original soprano - was introduced in the 1920s as an "enhanced" soprano, sporting a louder, deeper tone with more body and richness. You'll find - much to your delight - that the Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele gives you robust volume for its relatively diminutive size, along with deliciously warm and clear ukulele tone.

Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele Features:
  • A great first ukulele
  • Classic Concert Size
  • Mahogany construction
  • Chrome-plated di-cast tuning machines
  • Body and neck binding
The Kohala Kine'O Concert Ukulele - an amazing uke value!

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A starter ukulele

My son bought this for his girlfriends 16th birthday. It's nice for a starter ukulele. It's very pretty and the sound is decent. It came with some glue smudges on the body and around the hardware. He also stated that "it could stay in tune better" That being said, it's a nice ukulele to test the waters with and see if it's an instrument you want to pursue.
Music background: Singer, guitar player

Tuning is sketchy

Whenever we pick this up, it needs tuning.

Tuners are not holding

Tuning is just not stable enough for $, guys

My Uke

It's okay. It has nice tone, but it never can stay in tune for very long
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