Ukulele Kit: Kaka'ako Mahogany Soprano Uke with GiGY Bag
What's your style? Build your own Ukulele Kit by choosing which GiGY Bag you want to pair with the Mahogany Kaka'ako Ukulele.
Whether you are just starting to play or want a fun new uke for your collection, this set is for you. This ukulele is a beauty. Check out the sound in the demo video below.
Save 20% with the GiGY Ukulele Kit! ($220 when purchased separately)
Kaka’ako Mahogany Soprano Ukulele
Beautiful, lustrous Mahogany Ukulele. Very large volume and great tone. Properly Set up, great for Students and intermediate players. Very affordable high quality Ukulele.
- Mahogany Ply
- White Top & Back Binding
- Custom Engraved Rosette
- Mahogany Neck
- Rosewood Fretboard
- Rosewood Bridge
- Closed Gear Chrome Tuners
- Mother of Pearl Fretboard Markers
- Engraved Headstock Logo
- Composite Bone Nut and Saddle
- Aquila strings
Specifications: Length: 21.25”
- Length: 13 15/16″
- Nut Width: 1 3/8″
- Total Frets: 16
- Upper Bout: 5.25″
- Lower Bout: 7″
- Depth: 2″ to 2 5/16″ (tapered)
Soprano Ukulele GiGY™ Bag:
A GiGY™ Bag is better than a gig bag and lighter than a hard case, designed to be durable AND awesome!
Your GiGY™ Bag includes the base gig bag, Mini Pote and handle. The components attache to your gig bag with snaps and hooks and are easily interchangeable so you can switch up your look at any time.
What's a Mini Pote? That's our made up word for the pocket that attaches to your gig bag because it is detachable and can be carried as a tote (it comes with a wristlet). It is the perfect size for toting your tuner, capo, pics, and other stuff.
The features and materials:
- water repellant, heavy canvas exterior
- soft, white fleece lining
- white piping and straps
- heavy duty zipper
- durable, 3/4" closed cell foam padding on the top and bottom
- adjustable over the shoulder/cross body strap
- hook for hanging
SHIPPING: Just $7.95 for US shipping and free US returns if you are not in love with your GiGY Ukulele Kit.
All GIGY™ Bags and Potes are produced in Pennsylvania and Kaka'Ako Ukuleles are brought in from Hawaii.