The Redwood T29C model is a premium quality tenor ukulele full of great features but at a very affordable price. With an open pore natural finish, it has a stunning appearance but produces a range of authentic, acoustic tones too that sound rich and full-bodied, giving it a beautiful voice overall.
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Redwood have employed laminated mahogany to construct the body, back and sides of the T29C ukulele. Often mahogany is seen as the best choice of tonewood to construct a ukulele with, and as it is laminated this also ensures that the quality of the mahogany does not deteriorate. Laminated tonewoods are better equipped when it comes to being able to deal with changes in temperature or humidity, so you can take your T29C ukulele anywhere without it losing its quality. When mahogany is used to build a ukulele, it offers a warm but bright timbre without compromising on the full tonal spectrum.
White ABS binding features on the edges of the body to provide extra protection against any chips or nicks getting into the wood.
A mahogany neck is firmly fitted to the T29C uke and has a comfortable playing feel. Aboard the neck is a 19 fret fingerboard decorated with pearloid dot inlays there to help you as you guide your way along the frets. The single cutaway design in the body also enables you to conveniently access the upper frets with ease.
At the top of the mahogany neck are classical style open-geared die-cast machine-heads and chrome plated tuners attached to the headstock. The tuners will maintain tuning accuracy for each string so you can play with confidence.
The ukulele is a fantastic four-string instrument but is also becoming more prominent among string musicians nowadays. The Redwood T29C Tenor Ukulele is a brilliant model at a price that is by no means steep, so anyone can take advantage.
Manufacturer Redwood Model T29C Acoustic Ukulele Top Material Acacia Body Material Acacia Body Type Tenor Ukulele No. of Frets 19 Binding ABS Finish Open Pore Natural
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