Kealoha Tenor Guitalele

Tribal dot-paint design with black ABS resin body

A guitalele, also called a kīkū, is a guitar-ukulele hybrid. It’s a cross between a classical guitar and a tenor or baritone ukulele, and is a ¼ of the size of a guitar. Created by master ukulele designer Zhang Xuemin, this vintage guitalele is the perfect instrument for playing anywhere! It replicates the warmth of traditional wood instruments using quality ABS polymers, precision molds and superior manufacturing. It’s a very playable, great sounding, affordable instrument that never needs adjusting.

 

Features:
– Lightweight ABS/Polycarbonate construction
– Tenor ukulele body size
– Scale length 17.25 inch
– Dimensions 70 x 23 x 8 cm (L x W x D)
– Width at nut 48mm
– Guitar style machine heads
– Pinned guitar style bridge
– Silk & steel strings
– Tuned to ADGCEA just like a standard guitar with a capo on the 5th fret

Valued at $80

Tickets 3 for $5 or $2 each

Tickets will be on sale throughout September & October at Coorparoo, Ferny Grove, Northside and Toowong Jams.

The prize will be drawn 7 November 2018 at the Coorparoo Jam.