Who makes Pono ukulele?

Who makes Pono ukulele?

Ko’olau Ukulele
​Pono Ukuleles is the affordable import line of Ko’olau Ukulele. In Hawaii, Pono is a very respectful expression for something right or done right. The complete Hawaiian definition for high-quality craftsmanship is Maiau Pono. Pono’ ukuleles are made with Ko’olau’s standards and use only quality materials.

Who makes Hawaiiuleles UK?

It’s hardly surprising that some of the world’s best ukuleles are still made in Hawaii. And it happens that four preeminent makers whose names begin with K—Kamaka, Kanile`a, Ko`olau, and KoAloha—are based on Hawaii’s third-largest island, Oahu, “The Gathering Place.”

How much is a Hawaiian ukulele?

The price of a quality Hawaii-made ukulele is usually based on the type of wood. An ukulele made of Hawaii koa—a highly prized wood endemic to the Islands—will cost you upwards of $650. A Hawaii-crafted ukulele made of mahogany, on the other hand, can cost between $50 to $80.

Why buy a Kanileʻa ukulele?

Kanileʻa ʻUkulele is committed to reforesting Hawaiʻi, For every Kanileʻa ʻUkulele built, a native Hawaiian tree is planted. This brings a healthy environment and preserves the history of Hawaiʻi for generations to come.

How many trees does Kanile‘a ‘ukulele have planted?

Kanile’a ‘Ukulele has planted 22,040 Native Hawaiian trees since 2017 Kanile‘a ‘Ukulele has committed to planting one Koa tree for every ‘ukulele created with our non-profit organization, Reforest Hawaii. Read more about our mission, and learn how you can support our Hawai’i reforestation program.

Who is Kanileʻa ʻukulele?

Kanileʻa ʻUkulele has been in operation for 23 years and we manufacture ʻukulele in Hawaiʻi on the island of Oʻahu. We focus on synchronizing a traditional and contemporary Hawaiian culture through the way we conduct ourselves and partner with those around us. As a family owned and operated business our core values reign supreme.

Where can I buy a ukulele in Hawaii?

Visit our Flagship Retail Location in the Windward Mall in our home town of Kāneʻohe. We have over 100 ʻukuleles on display ranging from beginner ukes up to one-of-a-kind collectible pieces. We also carry guitars, basses, amps, musical accessories, apparel, and art collaborations.


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