The Perfect First Ukulele
So, you want to play the uke? Here’s the perfect one to cut your teeth on! The Kala KA-15S-S is a quality soprano ukulele with a nice price. It features a traditional mahogany body with a clear-sounding spruce top, giving you a classic ukulele look at an unbeatable value. Go ahead and get started. The Kala KA-15S-S satin ukulele also features quality geared tuners, so you know your uke is working with you to stay in tune. Grab the Kala KA-15S-S, and you’re instantly ready for island-style strumming.
Quality construction in a value-priced ukulele
The KA-15S-S is a real value, especially in light of how well it’s built. Its mahogany body produces a resonance that belies this uke’s modest size, while its spruce top enhances its clarity and note articulation. Geared die-cast tuners ensure reliable intonation. You’ll experience superior sustain and vibrational transfer, thanks to a high-quality GraphTech NuBone nut and saddle. Add to that an eye-catching satin finish, and you’ve got yourself a fine acoustic instrument that you’ll enjoy for years to come. At Musiekwereld, we find that the KA-15A delivers performance that far exceeds expectations.
Ukuleles come in all shapes and sizes. The Kala KA-15S-S is a soprano. This size, often called “standard” in Hawaii, was the original size and is the second smallest. It delivers a classic island sound with percussive treble and glittering overtones. Slightly larger and louder than a soprano is the concert size, which came about in the 1920s. Some players find the concert uke’s longer-scale neck more comfortable to play. The tenor was created soon after the concert. It exhibits more projection and deeper bass tones and fits in well with the sound of most acoustic guitars. The baritone was developed in the 1940s and resembles a smaller tenor guitar. Contrabass and bass ukuleles are recent innovations that yield a distinctive low-end punch. No matter what type of vibe you’re going for, there’s a ukulele that’s tailor-made for you.
From Kala — the uke company
Kala is all about ukulele. In fact, ukes are all they make, and they make them exceedingly well. Kala is in no small part responsible for the strong resurgence of interest in ukuleles that we’ve seen since the mid 1990s. They design and manufacture over 120 different models made from a variety of woods, including lacewood, koa, mango, and many more, each imparting its own sonic signature and aesthetic beauty to these popular and iconic instruments.