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Martin Guitars 2K Tenor Uke

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2K TENOR UKE

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The 2K Tenor Uke features characteristics of the Style 2 ukulele (2K Uke), but in a tenor-sized model crafted with solid Hawaiian koa top, back and sides, a wood native to Hawaii and a favorite of island players. Appointments include top binding with black/white inlay, a black/white multi-layered single rosette ring, and a rosewood bridge. The entire body is finished in a satin lacquer.

Specifications:
Model: 2K Tenor Uke
Construction: Applied Dovetail Neck Joint
Body Size: Tenor UkuleleTop Material: Koa
Top Detail: Flamed
Rosette: Multi-Stripe
Bracing Pattern: Tenor Ukulele
Brace Shape: Non-Scalloped
Brace Material: Sitka Spruce
Brace Size: 1/4"
Back Material: Koa
Back Detail: Flamed
Side Material: Koa
Side Detail: Flamed
Endpiece: Black
Binding: Grained Ivoroid
Top Inlay Material: Multi-Stripe
Neck Material: Genuine Mahogany
Neck Shape: Tenor Ukulele
Neck Taper: Standard Taper
Plek: No
Nut Material: Black Tusq
Headstock Shape: Solid with Ukulele Profile
Headplate Material: Koa
Headplate Logo Style: Script Old Style Overlay
Fingerboard Material: East Indian Rosewood
Scale Length: 17"
Neck Joins Body At: 14th Fret
Number of Frets Total: 20
Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1 11/32''
Fingerboard Width at 12th Fret: 1 23/32''
Fingerboard Inlay Material: Mother of Pearl
Fingerboard Inlay Style: 1/8" Dots
Side Dots: White
Back and Side Finish: Satin
Finish Top: Satin
Finish Neck: Satin
Bridge Material: East Indian Rosewood
Bridge Style: Tenor Ukulele
Bridge String Spacing: 1 5/8''
Saddle: Compensated Black Tusq
Saddle Radius: Flat
Tuning Machines: Nickel Open Gear
Recommended Strings: Ukulele Clear Fluorocarbon Tenor (M620)
Knob: Black
Case: Soft Gig Bag
Electronics: Optional

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Closest StoreToronto - Bloor Street, Ontario
I found this used at L&M. Picked it up off the shelf and could not give it back. I play a pretty good Kala with great strings - which made a real difference in sound. But instantly I could feel and hear a difference in this Martin. It rings with frequencies I just don't hear in less expensive instruments. I went busking with it and I could be heard far, far away from where I was playing with no amplification. And the sound - is beautiful. It's made a real difference in my playing and how I feel about this. If you've had a "lesser" instrument for four or so years like I have and you are looking to get that little extra in your sound and playing, I would recommend it. Now, since I bought it used, I think it's an incredible value. Not sure I'd feel exactly the same if I paid full price. But that's what it is. I love it. I'm keeping it.
Posted by Jim Love on Aug 2, 2018
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Closest StoreAbbotsford, British Columbia
$2,200 for a Martin ukulele and you get a soft gig bag? You gotta be kidding me. With this amount of money you can get better ukes out there. You are paying a premium for the Martin logo. Martin makes excellent instruments though, but many of them are extremely overpriced for what they offer. Look at the MIM Martin guitars. No bidding, cheap looks and premium price. Many guitars MIA sound as good or better and have top quality finishing and looks. High quality Martin guitars sound and look awesome. So do Yamaha top guitars. No brainer, unless all you care about is the brand name.
Posted by Mr. Reality on Jan 26, 2018
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Great uke, but patience is required!0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreOttawa, Ontario
I already have the other new Martin tenors: style 2 and the T1K and I finally got the 2K after a long wait. Koa wood is not that abundant so it'll take a long time to get this uke. However, the wait is well worth it. It's by far the best of the new Martin tenors. The style 2 was too booming and the T1K didn't have the same quality of wood. This one has the great sound, nice playability and good intonation. Just be patient upon ordering it. cheers!
Posted by Peter Forrest on Jul 27, 2013
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