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Ohana Ukuleles SK-21A Solid Cedar And Solid Rosewood Sopranino


The SK-21A not only looks good, but also has a very rich booming sound. The cedar and rosewood combination allows for this little guy to be light and loud, making it one of the richest of the sopraninos.


The Ohana SK-21A came out a year after its older sibling, the SK-21, was first introduced.  This instrument is constructed with a solid Cedar top, and solid Rosewood back and sides; one of the most popular wood combinations in guitar construction.  The two solid wood combination yields a warmer and fuller tone from the instrument, creating a rich, full and loud sounding ukulele. The abalone rosette and gloss finish gives the SK-21A a lavish look, making it one of the most attractive of the sopraninos.




Top: Solid Cedar
Back: Solid Rosewood
Sides: Solid Rosewood
Finish: Gloss
Sound Hole: Abalone Inlay
Binding: Mahogany
Body Length: 8-1/4″


Neck: Mahogany
Frets: 12
Fretboard: Hardwood w/ Pearloid Side Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
Finish: Gloss
Nut: Bone
Scale Length: 11-13/16″


Headstock: Mahogany
Tuners: Gotoh friction
Strings: Aquila
Saddle: Bone
Total Length: 18-3/4″