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This Maori WK-1S soprano ukulele is made of sapele. Includes transport bag.
Conjure up the spirit of the South Pacific seas with the Maori WK 1S soprano ukulele.
The Maori WK-1S is a soprano ukulele that will captivate anyone who lives fascinated by the sound of these instruments typical of the tropical islands of the Pacific. For beginners and advanced ukulelists the Maori WK 1S has a choice of woods and finishes, which give it a rich, very pleasant sound and a very natural look.
The body of the Maori WK-1S ukulele is made of sapele, a tough and showy wood, which gives it the traditional sound of these instruments. All elements contribute to greater resonance, to make yourself heard with volume and definition, without effort.
The sound of the Maori WK-1S is very typical, with good volume and excellent definition, serving both for playing chords and setting the rhythm, but also for venturing into melodic lines and arpeggios.
Its sweet sound in the highs and warm mids makes it a very pleasant instrument to play solo or together and is a perfect complement to accompany the voice. Perfect for eliciting “wow” reactions at the next luau.
The ukulele is a direct descendant of the Portuguese cavaquinho, which was taken by Portuguese sailors to the American islands of the Pacific to encourage the crews on their long voyages.
It later became a very popular instrument in the early decades of the 20th century, when Hawaiian-inspired music filled the early days of radio in the United States, and kept American soldiers company during World War II. Today, it is one of the most popular instruments as it is easy to learn and a lot of fun to play, as well as being very portable.
The ukulele is an instrument to play indoors and outdoors, without being too noisy, and it is very easy to learn to play. It's an excellent offer for those who have some free time on their hands or just want to develop their musical skills on a new instrument.
The Maori WK-1S soprano ukulele is an instrument for both personal and playful use or even more serious playing. It costs nothing to touch, let alone buy.
Take the Maori WK-1S everywhere and pretend you're on a tropical island.