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Leho Concert Ukulele Rengas w/ Arch Back

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Rengas Series features a rare tonewood from Southeast Asia with tasteful, multi-colored, and deep grain striping. Though with its sound character somewhat similar to rosewood, Rengas wood boasts its own, individual array of very appreciable tone structures. Available with slotted headstock on larger body sizes, with solid spruce top, and an infinite-wave rosette design.

Specs:
Body Size: Concert
Top: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Rengas / Arch back
Fingerboard & Bridge: Solid Walnut
Purfling & Binding: Tortoise celluloid
Nut & Saddle: GraphTech Nubone XB
Tuners: Geared
Finish: High gloss

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A visually stunning uke and a wonderful mellow tone that actually allows for a subtle multi tone effect. The Aquila strings are an important addition to the quality of sound on this instrument. My only critique would be that the design on the sides that is below the faux tortoise shell binding and matches the walnut strip on the back, is not even at all and goes from narrow to wide throughout with the final ends that sit on either side of the neck not matching up. If you can get over this manufacturing flaw (I have) it could be considered a unique quirk of the instrument and may suit a person who has a quirky personality.
Posted by Cerridwen Hicks on Nov 2, 2020
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