GIVE US A CALL! Crafted in Hawaii using the top 1% of Koa harvested from the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. A true legacy instrument made to perform and last for centuries. Solid Hawaiian Koa body (radiused top and back for tone and projection) with a true rosewood fingerboard and bridge, hand-rubbed oil and wax finish, perfectly quartered Koa spine, Alaskan Sitka Spruce bracing, geared tuners with black buttons and Aquila strings. 14 frets to the body, scale lenth ~13-9/16''. Abalone postion dots and headstock inlay that bears the traditional symbol of the Makau, which represents ''happiness, luck and all things good.'' With hardshell case. Item ID LMSH-SOP. 13 photos at

Year Condition
2016 <Unknown>


Elderly Instruments
Elderly Instruments
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Lansing, MI
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