Passion, Craftmanship. Technology. History. Culture: The things that every KoAloha ukulele embodies.
KoAloha ukuleles are considered one of the finest brands on the market today. Started over 20 years ago by Alvin Okami and his sons, KoAloha has reinvented the ukulele. Hand crafted from solid koa wood and utilizing their own unique building techniques, bracing system, and "Musubi" soundhole, these ukuleles shine above the rest.
Opio means “junior” in Hawaiian, and OPIO Ukuleles are built just like their big brothers. Made at KoAlohas trained factory in Thailand using the same parts and techniques, they look and play remarkably like their Hawaiian family models, but come at a lower price point. The OPIO model is crafted from solid acacia wood and has a semi-gloss finish.
The Tenor has 20 frets and is joined at the 15th fret. This model is strung with a low G (high G is optional).