The maple is also used for the piano body due to its high density, bright sound and good continuity. The soft maple is lighter, and has a good sense of vibration of the strings. The sound is bright, but it is not as crisp as the hard maple, and it is relatively mild. Maple is sometimes used to make panels, but more often it is used to make the back side. Because of its monotonous sound and clean and tidy sound, this kind of guitar has better anti-howling effect than red sandalwood or mahogany in the amplification environment. However, not all luthiers think maple is suitable for making panels. The piano maker AndyPowers said: "I usually do not recommend using maple for the panel. One of its unique features is that it is almost transparent and perfect, and its tone is different from any other wood, but in general, You will not like this response.
Hricane concert size solid flame maple ukulele has a gloss body with red, yellow and green gradient, rubbing grape purple light finish.
The design of armrest and the shape like hazelnut make this ukulele more natural and unique.
Electronic guitar head stock design get rid of the traditional design concept and have more personality.
Red pear wood neck.
Hawaiian colorful sunflower design around the sound hole.
Laser print flower on the bridge side.
Mermaid printed on fret board
These subtle details design can reflect that this is a very characteristic and sentimental Ukulele
The tuner is black closed knob. NuBone Nut and Saddle.
D’Addario Ukulele strings are manufactured to the highest quality and consistency standards, ensuring the best tone and intonation for your instrument. D’Addario has a variety of string options for the Ukulele that offer everything from a bright modern tone to a warm and traditional tone for every instrument size, including soprano, concert, tenor, baritone, and the U-Bass.
Exclusive Nyltech material for traditional Ukulele tone
Optimized for Concert Ukuleles tuned to standard GCEA tuning
Preferred for warm, gut-like overtones
Hricane concert size solid Koa wood ukulele use rosewood as the fret board.
Rosewood is a warm, sweet tone wood. Compared to maple the difference is notable, as rosewood will soften the sound, even for guitars with maple necks. This is one of the reasons some guitar players prefer Fender Stratocasters and Telecasters with the option of a rosewood fret board
Solid Flame Maple
BACK & SIDES:
NUT & SADDLE:
Scale Length: 15.5 inches,
Overall Instrument Length: 24.5 inches,
Body Length: 11 inches,
Number of Frets: 18,
Width at Upper Bout: 6 inches,
Width at Lower Bout:8.5 inches,
Width at Waist: 5.2 inches,
Body Depth: 2.7 inches,
Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.4375 inches,
Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.9 inches