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Kiwaya's series of K-Wave 'Rock Ukes' are ukuleles based on classic guitar designs such as the Fender Telecaster and Gibson Les Paul. Their looks makes them very popular but they are also well made ukuleles that sound great (unlike some other guit...
Kiwaya's series of K-Wave 'Rock Ukes' are ukuleles based on classic guitar designs such as the Fender Telecaster and Gibson Les Paul. Their looks makes them very popular but they are also well made ukuleles that sound great (unlike some other guitar look-a-like ukuleles).
K-Wave Specs: K-Wave Rock Uke VI Series (Telecaster), Size: Concert, Colors: Tobacco Sunburst, Wine Red, Body: Solid Mahogany, Neck: Maple, Fretboard: Maple, Frets: 18, Tuning Pegs: Kulson Type, Pickup: Piezo, Overall Length: 23.8 inches
This may share a small portion of DNA with the cheaper electro acoustic "T" style instruments on the market in the same way that humans share some with mushrooms. First and foremost, this thing is obviously built to last! The neck is strong, the join to the body is excellent, the tuners are excellent - in fact the whole thing feels like it would put up with life on the road in a van with Keef. Just as you would expect from an instrument that comes from the Kiwaya stable.
It has a pleasing, sweet acoustic sound, which allows the player to play in a variety of styles, but it really comes alive when plugged in. It features a very high quality passive piezo pickup mated to a good endpin jack socket, which makes a strong, clean sound and has almost nothing on it that can go wrong.
It has a concert-tenor hybrid scale length with a Maple fretboard, 15 frets to body and 20 in total, and a laminate mahogany body.
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