KoAloha ukuleles are made in Hawaii and are probably one of the best known ukulele names around. The KoAloha ukuleles are available in all solid Hawaiian koa, in soprano, concert and tenor sizes. KoAloha ukuleles are most famous for their amazing tone and volume. The revolutionary design, in particular the uni-brace, allow KoAloha ukes to really ring out - there are few ukuleles with as big a sound as a KoAloha!
KoAloha Ukuleles for sale...
KoAloha Soprano Ukulele
The KoAloha soprano is one of the most popular Hawaiian made koa ukuleles around. The KoAloha concert and tenor ukuleles are all wonderful, but it is the soprano size where the amazing KoAloha sound really shines through. It makes some big noise for such a little instrument!
See above for the best deals on KoAloha ukuleles.
About the KoAloha Ukulele Range
KoAloha offer ukuleles in 3 sizes - soprano, concert and tenor. In each size there is a standard model, but also one or 2 more unusual styles, such as the Pineapple and Pikake ukuleles.
KoAloha Soprano Ukuleles
KoAloha offer the Soprano Standard in this size, which is probably their most popular model. They also offer the Pikake, which has a flat fretboard and a satin semi-gloss finish, the Pineapple, with its all rounded "pineapple" body shape, a long neck version of the standard and pineapple, with a concert size neck and longer fretboard, plus a short scale soprano called the Noah, which is available as a special order.
KoAloha Concert Ukuleles
As with the soprano sizes, the standard concert is very popular, plus KoAloha offer a long neck concert called the "Super Concert", with a straight-cut fretboard, and neck from the tenor model.
KoAloha offer a standard tenor ukulele, plus the very special Imaikalani 6-String Tenor, which is made in the traditional "Lili'u" style with 6 strings (Double Course A and C).
KoAloha have a special reputation in the world of ukuleles. The sound of a KoAloha ukulele is truly like nothing else. On the negative side, the workmanship of KoAlohas is not always what you would expect from hand crafted Hawaiian ukuleles. I once heard it described as "rustic". Other Hawaiian makers, such as Kanile'a, may be a better alternative if highest quality craftsmanship and finish is important to you.