Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)

Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)

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Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)

Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I own a Kala Solid Mahogany Tenor, Oscar Schmidt concert, Kala Pineapple soprano and a couple other ers for my daughter(age 10) to tinker with. I love all of them. All of them have the same width nut(1.375, which is standard for most production line ukes). Because I have large hands the fretboard can get a little crowded and chords, such as D, are hard to play without some buzzing. Also, I'm trying to lean a little fingerpicking and I've heard a wider nut is advantageous for that.With the wider nut issue aside, this Lanikai I bought is quality. Its craftsmanship is nice. I would buy it without the wider nut. I am surprised there were not many reviews on Amazon for any of the Lanikai ukes; furthermore, there are not many reviews on Lanikai's website.After some research, I found a list of ukes according to their nut width. I noticed that Lanikai had a nut width for even a soprano at about 1.46 inches. It is only a few millimeters bigger than all my other ukes(It is about the thickness of silver dollar wider). Doesn't sound like much, but it makes a difference. I don't regret buying all my other ukes. I've learned to play them quite well. But, Lanikai's wider nut is a factor for me. [note: there is an Oscar Schmidt out there with a nut at 1.75 inches...I bought it and returned it; beautiful uke, but the nut was too wide...looked and felt like a guitar neck]Another tidbit regarding nut widths- many of the high-end ukes in the 0 and above range come with a nut width of 1.5''. There is something to be said for that.If you are a beginner- don't read any more reviews and agonize over every detail. I approached this uke thing with such frontal lobe energy; I've probably spent as much time reading about ukes than playing. Lame. Nut width is not a huge issue. I only mention it in detail for the person out there who has big hands and/or is trying to refine their hobby. Buy a LAMINATE uke under and start strumming. Pick one that looks nice to you. Most of my under 0 ukes sound the same. Uke on!max 50% off,houston mall,ranking top4Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)
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  • Good quality Chrome open back tuners for tuning accuracy and a light headstock for player comfort
  • NuBone XB nut and saddle for maximum Sustain and best tone
  • Wide comfortable neck profile for player comfort
  • Chrome strap buttons are standard for safety and comfort
  • Acacia is a beautifully grained wood that captures a traditional ukulele tone and look
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An Acacia solid top ukulele by Lanikai delivers dynamic new features such as a wider nut for player comfort, select figured woods, open back tuners, wood marquetry, NuBone XB nut and saddle, D 'Addario strings, satin finish, a padded gig bag and a limited lifetime Warranty.


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Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)

Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS):at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I own a Kala Solid Mahogany Tenor, Oscar Schmidt concert, Kala Pineapple soprano and a couple other ers for my daughter(age 10) to tinker with. I love all of them. All of them have the same width nut(1.375, which is standard for most production line ukes). Because I have large hands the fretboard can get a little crowded and chords, such as D, are hard to play without some buzzing. Also, I'm trying to lean a little fingerpicking and I've heard a wider nut is advantageous for that.With the wider nut issue aside, this Lanikai I bought is quality. Its craftsmanship is nice. I would buy it without the wider nut. I am surprised there were not many reviews on Amazon for any of the Lanikai ukes; furthermore, there are not many reviews on Lanikai's website.After some research, I found a list of ukes according to their nut width. I noticed that Lanikai had a nut width for even a soprano at about 1.46 inches. It is only a few millimeters bigger than all my other ukes(It is about the thickness of silver dollar wider). Doesn't sound like much, but it makes a difference. I don't regret buying all my other ukes. I've learned to play them quite well. But, Lanikai's wider nut is a factor for me. [note: there is an Oscar Schmidt out there with a nut at 1.75 inches...I bought it and returned it; beautiful uke, but the nut was too wide...looked and felt like a guitar neck]Another tidbit regarding nut widths- many of the high-end ukes in the 0 and above range come with a nut width of 1.5''. There is something to be said for that.If you are a beginner- don't read any more reviews and agonize over every detail. I approached this uke thing with such frontal lobe energy; I've probably spent as much time reading about ukes than playing. Lame. Nut width is not a huge issue. I only mention it in detail for the person out there who has big hands and/or is trying to refine their hobby. Buy a LAMINATE uke under and start strumming. Pick one that looks nice to you. Most of my under 0 ukes sound the same. Uke on!max 50% off,houston mall,ranking top4Lanikai Ukulele (ACSTS)