"Anamua" No. 195 Baby Tenor

Named “Anamua” meaning the word ancient from the Samoan language. This warm sounding instrument is made with ancient blackwood and ancient red gum. This fits the name of this powerful, resistant and peaceful musical weapon.  All the bells and whistles with rare live edge sound hole, side sound port, fossilized mammoth ivory inlays, koa soft bevels front and back with gold frets.  


Top Soundboard & Head-plate: Blackwood
Back & Sides: Blackwood
Neck: Mahogany
Fretboard: Red Gum
Bridge: Red Gum
Fret Markers: Mammoth Ivory
Soft Bevel: Koa
Signature Inlay: Mammoth Ivory
Turners: Gold Gotoh UPT
Strings: Uke Logic (Low G)
Finish: Walrus Oil
Case: Kala Sonoma Soft Case 
*Case Upgrade: Tyde Amaritage hard case  ($375)+



Scale Length: 16 1/8
Body Length: 11”
Overall Length: 25”
Nut Width: 1” 7/16
Lower Bout Width: 9.25”
Lower Bout Depth: 2.5”
Upper Bout Width: 6.25”
Upper Bout Depth: 2.25”

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