This model has some of the main features of Pono's Pro Classic line, but for hundreds less in cost! It has a solid cedar top, solid acacia sides and back, a smooth and natural satin finish. Listen to the new AT-CR!
This is a completely dry, unprocessed sound sample
This model, like Pro Classics models, from Pono has a radius fingerboard. It's hardly noticeable, but for many it adds to the comfort of play, especially with barre chording. Other features include: Wi'awa top binding and rope purfling, a Honduran mahogany neck, and light weight Grover tuning keys.
The precision workmanship, attention to detail, and skill level of Pono's top builders is among the best in the world. Experience the New Pono!
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Pono factory tour and building process~
We always include a humidifier with solid wood instruments. Upgrade to a better one in the options below.
A key feature in all of the Pono tenors and baritones is the dual-action adjustable truss rod. This stabilizes and adjusts the lengthwise forward curvature, also called relief, of the neck. It can be adjusted from inside the soundhole the provided allen wrench. Over time, and with humidity changes, this is a very useful option to have. It's also a very easy to adjust with little room for error. Here is a video that explains this feature-