Kamaka Cedar Top Baritone Deluxe!
The woods are beautiful and the sound is gorgeous on this rare baritone Kamaka.
Pics & video below show the exact Kamaka Deluxe Baritone available here!
This is a new Kamaka solid cedar top koa deluxe baritone ukulele made 100% right here in Hawaii. The Kamaka family has been the #1 ukulele makers for the past century. The third and fourth generation Kamaka family now run the business and head the building and design process. The new Kamaka's are more impressive than ever.
Even though the ukulele is now being made world-wide, by more makers than ever,Kamaka is still at the forefront of their art and craft. Casey, Chris, Fred Jr., and Dustin Kamaka have studied building techniques and wood selection their whole lives. The result is instruments like this one just now available here. One and only Deluxe Baritone and it's exceptional!
This instrument comes with a wooden shaped Kamaka deluxe case.
Not sure about baritone tuning? Well, if you play the normal GCEA then you can play baritone because you play the same chord shapes, they just result in a lower key because of the DGBE tuning. Much more relaxing in sound than a tenor, concert, or soprano, the baritone lends itself wonderfully to fingerstlye playing. Something really nice to play at the end of a long day. I guess the beginning of the day would be nice too. :)
The main reason you would want a baritone ukulele is because it sounds so dang good. It is significantly smaller than a guitar but still gives you a similar depth and color. The standard G C E A just does not do this, and vise versa. Both G C E A and D G B E are the same intervals but with a different key and tension. The same shapes inspire different composition. It is fun to have both a regular ukulele and a baritone ukulele. Both are equally, and uniquely ukulele.