GEWA Announce Tiki Concert Ukuleles
Tiki masks have a long, rich history in Polynesian culture. The expressive carvings and paintings served as inspiration for the GEWA Tiki ukuleles. They have three different motifs here with which they have decorated concert size ukuleles from the GEWA Kalea series. The instruments are made of sapele wood, the fingerboard and bridge are of black walnut. The saddle and bridge inlay are made of bone, which allows for optimal vibration and transmission.
Except for the Tiki top decoration, the ukuleles are left as natural as possible and are only sealed with a thin, open-pored silk matt varnish. This allows the wood to retain an almost natural feel, allowing it to vibrate more freely compared with high-gloss lacquered instruments. All instruments are delivered with a padded gig bag.
About GEWA MUSIC
Since 1925, GEWA music has become one of the leading companies in developing/engineering, manufacturing and distributing musical instruments. GEWA provides retailers and other distributors with almost all categories of musical instruments. GEWA is separated into the following divisions: GEWA Pianos, GEWA Strings, GEWA Guitars, GEWA Winds, GEWA Drums and the latest, GEWA Electronics. GEWA music is located in Adorf, Saxony, in an area of Germany known as “Silicon-Saxony”. GEWA’s centralized warehouse is located at their headquarters in the heart of Europe, which is where they fulfill the demands of European retailers. GEWA has subsidiaries and offices in almost every European country, as well as in the United States of America and China. GEWA music is a multi-lingual company, which is able to communicate in more than 14 different languages.
As well as its joint ventures for manufacturing and distribution in China, GEWA is proud of its workshops in Adorf, Germany, where they produce products such as string bowed instruments and accessories, digital pianos and their most recent addition, digital drums.
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