Kamaka HB-2D Ohta-San Model Concert Ukulele with Case
This bell-shaped ukulele was designed by Sam Kamaka Jr. and the legendary Herbert Ohta in 1965. It produces sharp, clear tones, and was designed primarily for picking. Deluxe features include rosewood binding, rope purfling, and a rope rosette around the sound hole.More Details...
To help insure the future availability of certain materials used in the construction of this instrument, additional fees and/or documentation may be required when shipping this item outside of the USA. This is due to the CITES treaty, which regulates international trade of certain materials like rosewood, abalone, and pearl.
If you purchase this item to be shipped outside of the USA, we'll determine whether the regulations apply to your order, and will contact you with more information if necessary."
- Bell shaped concert body
- Highly figured solid Koa top back & sides
- Mahogany neck
- Koa headstock overlay
- Pearl Kamaka logo in headstock
- "Rope" purfling and soundhole rosette
- Figured maple binding
- Ebony fingerboard and bridge
- Dot position markers
- Semi-gloss finish
- Hardshell case with color Kamaka logo
- Strung for Low G tuning
- Made in Hawaii