When people think of Hawaii, images of island scenery, hula dancers, and tropical fruits come to mind. While they are not native to Hawaii, Hawaii mangos are a prized commodity to both locals are visitors alike. People with fruiting trees share with friends and neighbors, exemplifying our local culture. Mango wood is naturally a creamy off white color, but the sugars in the tree sometimes cause spots of yellow, pink, or black.
Like the fruit tastes, mango ukulele sound bold and sweet. Since it’s not a native tree, there are no mango forests and the lumber is only available when a tree needs to be trimmed or cut down. All of KoAloha’s Mango series instruments are produced in Kaka’ako.
We inspect each and every instrument we ship out for maximum playability. We adjust the action and adjust intonation when needed. If you would like a specific adjustment, just add it to your order notes and we would be happy to adjust to your liking.
The exact appearance of new instruments vary. These photos may not be of the actual instrument you will be receiving. Actual photos available upon request.
Body: Solid Mango
Neck: CNC Shaped Mahogany
Fingerboard & Bridge: Ebony
Fretboard Binding: Sapele
Headstock: KoAloha 5-Point Crown Headstock
Nut & Saddle: Tusq
Frets: 13th Meets at Body
Tuners: KoAloha Friction-Gear Tuners
Soundhole: KoAloha “Musubi”
Case or Gig Bag Not Included
Important information if shipping outside of the USA:
Please note: To help insure the future availability of certain materials used in the construction of this instrument, additional fees and/or documentation may be required when shipping this item outside of the USA. This is due to the CITES treaty, which regulates international trade of certain materials like rosewood, abalone, and pearl. If you purchase this item to be shipped outside of the USA, we’ll determine whether the regulations apply to your order, and will contact you with more information if necessary