Ukulele, tenor size, solid, Koa body, 431.8 mm scale length, mahogany neck, 34.1 mm nut width, rosewood fingerboard, including bag.
With the Martin 2K Tenor Uke, the traditional American manufacturer Martin from Nazareth in Pennsylvania is enriching its range with an unusual tenor ukulele made of fine Hawaiian Koa wood, which not only perfectly embodies the craftsmanship of the manufacturer, but also the sounds of traditional hula music . A solid construction consisting of a Koa body creates a very dynamic sound image that is colored with an extraordinary warmth in the middle frequencies. A wafer-thin matt finish promotes the strong vibration behavior of the woods and ensures a quick response and development of the tone, which ends gently and persistently in the overtones. A narrow mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard allows the player easy access to all 20 frets, which thanks to a generous length of 431.8 mm and a nut width of 34.1 mm provide enough space to easily handle more complex grips. The built-in open gear nickel mechanics guarantee precise tuning of the strings, which are perfectly intonated in all positions thanks to a bridge inlay and a saddle made of TUSQ. Decorations such as the mother-of-pearl inlays, the grained ivoroid bindings and an elaborate multi-stripe soundhole rosette give the high-quality instrument in combination with a matt finish an extremely tasteful note. A stable Martin bag is included with the Martin 2K Tenor Uke.