Mexican Tattoo’s for Manoa
GEWA Music, distributors and manufacturers of musical instruments, have announced their new KT-CO Mexico, being the first Concert size in their Tattoo Series, specifically tailored with a laser-fired motif, who’s origins are in Mexican tattoo art.
Like the other ukuleles in this series, Sapelli wood is used for the body, top and neck, which is very similar to mahogany in terms of appearance and stability. The relatively new Indian Laurel, which is often used as a substitute for rosewood, is used here for the fingerboard and bridge and is also supplied in a padded gig bag.
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