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Islander By Kanile'a Pako-M Ukulele Bass

Islander By Kanile'a Pako-M Ukulele Bass

Availability: Sold

Kanile'a Ukeleles are well known for making some of the finest ukes on the market, and now they've expanded their offerings to include these incredibly fun-to-play, Islander Pako uke basses in Mahogany (M) or Flamed Mahogany (FM), and strung with the revolutionary Thundergut silicone strings by Aquila. The strings lie at the heart of the Islander's uncanny ability to sound like a full-size upright bass, even though the whole instrument could fit inside a carry-on suitcase! Of course, for the full effect, they should be amplified, but with the proliferation of compact, battery-powered amplifiers available, you could be doing your best Jaco Pastorius impression atop Diamond Head in no time! Comes fretted or fretless.

Players Comments: These great little Islander Pako uke basses by Kanile'a are just too much fun. When I first heard these at the Summer NAMM show, I couldn't believe my ears. I was hooked, and knew we just had to get some into the shop. The Thundergut strings make it possible to draw sweet, mellow, acoustic tones from a package smaller than my tennis racket! Now which one should I keep for myself...

Specifications

Specifications

Brand Islander By Kanile'a Ukulele Builder Islander By Kanilea Ukulele
Cutaway None Frets 12
Nut Width 1 3/4 in Scale 20 in
Serial # 99999 String Spacing 2 3/16 in
Top Wood Mahogany Bindings None
Neck Wood Maple SKU UKE1010
Reviews
Players Comments
These great little Islander Pako uke basses by Kanile'a are just too much fun. When I first heard these at the Summer NAMM show, I couldn't believe my ears. I was hooked, and knew we just had to get some into the shop. The Thundergut strings make it possible to draw sweet, mellow, acoustic tones from a package smaller than my tennis racket! Now which one should I keep for myself...