Ohana ukes, se han ganado una reputación entre los músicos más profesionales y los reviews de las revistas del sector.
no son muy populares todavía en Europa, pero en los USA han arrasado.
Descarta ir a por un uke sin antes probar los ohana. fabricados en caoba sólida y disponibles en todos los tamaños y formas
tambien recibiremos algunos no tan típicos ukes de Ohana como el mini SK-21 sopranino ukulele que mide aprox.
Otros como el CKP-70 no es el típico uke gracias a su forma de lágrima Solicita más info de los fabulosos ukes de Ohana
- OHANA CK-10S UKULELE CONCERT Mahogany Aquila
- OHANA CK-20CE UKULELE CONCERT Mahogany Pickup EQ Aquila
- OHANA CK-20S UKULELE CONCERT Mahogany Aquila
- OHANA SK70MG UKULELE SOPRANO Solid spruce top. Mahogany
- OHANA TK20CE UKULELE TENOR Mahogany Pickup 3-Basnd EQ
Ohana ukes have gained some of the most impressive reviews of any type of ukulele. They are not commonly known in Europe which is a real shame because these instruments can create awe-inspiring music. These Ohana ukes are usually made from solid mahogany and are available in all regular sizes with a couple of unusual offerings too.
However, if you can afford to pay a little extra, perhaps you should look for handmade Ohana ukuleles which are made from Koa wood, specific to the island of Hawaii. Such ukes are extremely expensive but you are 100% guaranteed quality because every Ohana uke made in this fashion is rigorously checked for problems, no matter the model or price. Musicasa has got an ukulele kit for every budget including a mahogany PK10S Ohana uke for less than 50 EUR.
The finishing and setup of cheaper Ohana ukuleles is lovely It’s hard to expect for less than 100 EUR and besides, 99% of uke players are delighted with the performance of their Ohana ukulele.
There are also some unusual Ohana ukes including the tiny SK-21 sopranino ukulele which is smaller than a standard uke. It is less than 20 inches in total length which makes it one of the finest Ohana ukes a man can bring on his travels. The CKP-70 is another unconventional Ohana ukulele with oddly shaped sound holes and an overall teardrop shape.