Pics show the exact Kamaka for sale here (if it says "In Stock").
The Kamaka baritone has a wonderful rich tone and a sweet comfortable feel. Take a listen to the HF-4 Hawaiian baritone from this legendary company.
Kamaka HF-2 4-19 Demo by Corey, Kalei, & Tobias from Hawaii Music Supply on Vimeo.
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 the one you see here, beautiful in look, sound, and feel.
If you can play the normal GCEA ukulele, then you can play baritone. All the shapes are the same but in a lower key-DGBE. Much more relaxing in sound than a tenor, concert, or soprano, the baritone lends itself wonderfully to fingerstyle 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 GCEA just does not do this, and vise versa. Both GCEA and DGBE 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.
It is rare to have such a gorgeous Kamaka baritone. Grab it now and love it for life!
This instrument comes with a wooden-shaped Kamaka deluxe case..