Fender brings you the authentic sound of the Hawaiian Islands with its first-ever series of ukulele models.
Ukuleles are enjoying renewed popularity, with exquisite sounds and designs that are a far cry from mere musical toys. Originally built by Portuguese immigrants to the Hawaiian Islands in the 1880s, the small guitar-like instruments produced a lilting sound that instantly evoked the lush South Pacific atmosphere of their island homeland.
Fender's three new tenor-style ukulele models offer finely crafted sound and construction; they too instantly evoke the sound and spirit of Hawaii, with a dash of traditional Fender mojo for good measure-each one features the distinctive Fender Telecaster® guitar headstock shape, unique body shapes and bracing patterns designed exclusively for Fender, a Fender ukulele gig bag and an instruction book to get you started.
This one is the Fender Ukulele Pa'ina, a top-line model gets its name from the Hawaiian word for party. It's made of solid mahogany, with a satin finish and passive electronics that let you plug it in and turn it up at the next luau. Mahalo!
Body Style: Tenor Ukulele
Finish: Satin, (Polyurethane)
Top: Solid Mahogany
Bracing: Scalloped Fan Bracing
Back and Sides: Solid Mahogany
No. of Frets: 19
Machine Heads: Die-Cast with Vintage Style Buttons