Concert Ukulele Adorned with Ziricote
The Kala KA-ZCT-C Concert Ukulele has a distinct look and sound. It is crafted entirely from beautifully streaked ziricote. Because ziricote imparts a very clear and present tonality to the KA-ZCT-C Concert Uke, you’ll enjoy a full sound with plenty of top-end articulation. And the concert size blends the best features of the traditional soprano with a larger body and neck to increase volume and playing comfort. The Kala KA-ZCT-C Concert Ukulele puts the sounds of the Hawaiian islands in your hands.
Kala KA-ZCT-C Concert Ukulele at a Glance:
- The concert ukulele
- Stunning ziricote construction
- From Kala – the uke company
The concert ukulele
The concert, which is the most traditional size, is what most people think of when talking about ukuleles. These are the instruments that are both associated with the Hawaiian islands and becoming more and more popular in pop culture. You’ll find that the Kala KA-ZCT-C Concert uke gives you impressive volume for its diminuitive size along with very clear tones. Musiekwereld knows that finding a great playing and sounding ukulele is important to you, and we’re confident that the Kala KA-ZCT-C Concert ukulele can do the job.
Stunning ziricote construction
The Kala KA-ZCT-S Soprano Ukulele brings an exotic tonewood twist to traditional ukulele construction. Beautiful pieces of ziricote are used for the ukulele’s top, back, and sides. Ziricote is a beautiful tonewood found in tropical Central and South America. Its deeply figured look is riddled with interesting and unique grain patterns. Tonally, ziricote is a dense wood with plenty of attack and clarity, while still delivering a warm sound.
From Kala – the uke company
Kala is all about uke. 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.