Gretsch Guitars G9121 A.C.E. Tenor Ukulele, Acoustic-Electric With Gig Bag, Ovangkol Fingerboard, Fishman Kula Pickup - Honey Mahogany Stain - Long & McQuade Music Educator Site
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Gretsch Guitars G9121 A.C.E. Tenor Ukulele, Acoustic-Electric with Gig Bag, Ovangkol Fingerboard, Fishman Kula Pickup - Honey Mahogany Stain

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Featured worldwide in popular music of all styles, the ukulele has experienced a phenomenal resurgence in recent years. At the request of Gretsch fans, we reintroduced a selection of our classic uke best sellers offering unparalleled tone and quality at sensational low prices.

The G9121 A.C.E Tenor Ukulele features a Fishman Kula pickup with preamp, mahogany top, back and sides, one-piece mahogany neck and 19-fret ovangkol fingerboard with "snowflake" position markers. The G9121 also comes with an ovangkol bridge, bone nut and saddle, Grover 9NB Sta-Tite geared tuners, Aquila Nylgut strings and deluxe fitted gig bag.

The G9121 is available in Honey Mahogany Stain with an "open pore" semi-gloss finish.

COLLECTION: Gretsch Roots Collection
BODY MATERIAL: Laminated Mahogany
BODY FINISH: Open-Pore Semi-Gloss
NECK: 1-Piece Mahogany
NECK FINISH: Open-Pore Semi-Gloss
FINGERBOARD MATERIAL: Ovangkol
NUMBER OF FRETS: 19 (14 to body)
POSITION INLAYS: Abalone "Snowflake"
NUT MATERIAL: Bone
NUT WIDTH: 1.375" (35 mm)
TUNING MACHINES: Grover 9NB Sta-Tite Geared
SCALE LENGTH: 17" (432 mm)
BRIDGE: Ovangkol
CONTROLS: Volume, Bass, Middle, Treble, Low Battery Indicator Light, Tuner On/Off Switch
HARDWARE FINISH: Nickel
STRINGS: Aquila Nylgut Tenor
PICKGUARD: None
CASE/GIG BAG: Included: Gig Bag
SPECIAL ELECTRONICS: Fishman Kula Preamp with Built-in Tuner
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