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VTAB FL-15 Tenor Ukulele

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Typically, ukuleles have a figure-eight body shape similar to that of a small acoustic guitar. They are also often seen in non-standard shapes, such as cutaway shape and an oval, usually called a “pineapple” ukulele (see image below), invented by the Kamaka Ukulele company, or a boat-paddle shape, and occasionally a square shape, often made out of an old wooden cigar box.

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VTAB FL-15 Tenor Ukulele

All New for 2018! VTAB FL-Series Glossy Full Mahogany Ukuleles. Available in Soprano, Concert and Tenor sizes offering the perfect sized Uke for Everyone, each comes with a custom sized Gig-Bag! Wonderfully Handcrafted with Red Tortoise Shell Rosette & Binding, Rosewood or Black Walnut Fretboard & Bridge, Okoume Neck, Ox Bone Nut & Saddle, Acrylic Inlays, Aquila Nylon Strings with Chrome & Black Tuner Heads. These all laminated mahogany ukes with glossy finish sound as stunning as they look!!

P.S.: Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge Model is FL-S/C/T10 and Black Walnut Fretboard & Bridge Model is FL-S/C/T15.

VTAB Tenor Ukulele is generally made of wood, though variants have been composed partially or entirely of plastic or other materials. Cheaper ukuleles are generally made from plywood or laminate woods, in some cases with a soundboard of a tonewood such as spruce. More expensive ukuleles are made of solid hardwoods such as mahogany. The traditionally preferred wood for ukuleles is a type of acacia endemic to Hawaii, called koa.

Typically, VTAB Tenor Ukulele have a figure-eight body shape similar to that of a small acoustic guitar. They are also often seen in non-standard shapes, such as cutaway shape and an oval, usually called a “pineapple” ukulele (see image below), invented by the Kamaka Ukulele company, or a boat-paddle shape, and occasionally a square shape, often made out of an old wooden cigar box.

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