Hawaiian Made Ukulele

These are the best ukes money can buy. Ko'olau, Kamaka, Kanile'a, and KoAloha are the 4 K's world renown for their sound and beauty. We try our best to stay stocked with the best Hawaiian Made Ukuleles. However, these companies are all limited in production and high in demand. So if you you see a Hawaiian made uke you like, don't hesitate! These come in and out of stock very quickly. Aloha!

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  1. Charity Auction: Kanile'a Willie K Iʻiwi Honi Koa Super Tenor (Manu ST #1)
    $14,975.00

    80% of the profits from this Auction will go to Saving Hawaiʻi’s Forests is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 20% will go to the Willie K Cancer Fund. The winner will pay the non-profit Saving Hawaiʻi’s Forests directly.

    The story behind the masterpiece

    The ʻIʻiwi Honi Koa is a special instrument designed by master luthier Joe Souza of Kanileʻa ʻUkulele. The name speaks of the symbiotic relationship between two native Hawaiian species, The ʻiʻiwi (scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper) and the koa (Acacia koa). The honi, or kiss, represents the life connection between the two: when one species thrives, so does the other. That connection was captured in stunning inlays of koa leaves (actually called phylodes) and koa flowers joined on the ʻukulele’s soundboard by a brilliant red ʻiʻiwi.

    On sight alone, the ʻukulele is breathtaking with its Master Grade Curly koa, its wider lower bout and its colorful wood inlays.

    Then when you hear it? It practically makes your heart skip a beat.

    By itself, this uke would easily fetch upwards of $10-15K but its intrinsic value increases with its time spent in the hands of a master. PLUS, you have the ability to make a significant contribution to the restoration, maintenance and protection of new growth native Hawaiian forests on Hawaiʻi Island.

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