In 1968, Glen Campbell famously appeared on CBS with a guitar that featured innovative round composite back construction. In the '70s, many musicians chose this parabolic design for its robust, resonant tone and smooth projection. While we can leave the hair spray, sequins, and rhinestones in the past, the durable round composite back is still a great concept. And now, you can even test it out on a ukulele!
Constructed of a Solid Spruce top and a Round Composite Back, the Ohana CK-70RB is not your everyday concert ukulele. Its body shape borrows more from the traditional dreadnought guitar design, and its round back fits comfortable against your body. This is a great-sounding ukulele that is a lot of fun to play.
- Top: Solid Spruce
- Back & Sides: Molded Round Composite
- Neck: Mahogany
- Fretboard: Hardwood w/ Mahogany binding
- Nut: Bone, 1-3/8" wide
- Saddle: Bone
- Scale Length: 15"
- Strings: Aquila
- Tuners: Grover open-gear