The Ortega Timber Series 6-string Acoustic Guitarlele in Ebony RGL5EB

Timber series ukuleles are made from a variety of the finest select tonewoods from around the world. These exceptional ukuleles are meticulously crafted to highlight the unique tonal and visual properties inherent in each species of wood. Mahogany: Understated beauty with warm resonance and a pronounced mid-range Zebrawood: Striking figuring with a full sound and darker overtones Ebony: Rich color depth with a clear and powerful dark tonality that accentuates the bass frequencies Cedar: Classic elegance with a warm, balanced projection Acacia: Dense striping with a deep, woody tone.

The guitarlele size (scale 435 mm) blends crisp string articulation with full tonal development from the 68 mm deep body for a hybrid ukulele-guitar sound that can be used in virtually any setting. This unique scale makes for a perfect travel guitar that's fun and easy to play for all skill levels. The Bonfire Series guitarlele is equipped with six Ortega Guitars GLNY-6 guitarlele strings (tuned:A,D,G,C,E,A). These white nylon strings are designed for warmth and punchy tone.

-Ebony top, satin open pore finish
-Ebony back & sides, satin open pore finish
-Mahogany neck, satin finish
-Ebony headstock veneer
-Tortoise style binding & tortoise style rosette
-Walnut fretboard & bridge
-Die-cast tuning machines, gold w/ black buttons
-Ortega GLNY-6 Guitarlele strings
-Size: Standard Size
-Scale: 435mm / 17.13″
-Nut Width: 47mm / 1.85″
-Frets: 18
-Number of strings: 6
-Strings: Ortega GLNY-6
-Instrument Type: Acoustic
-Tuning Machines: Classical
-Left Or Right Hand: Right-hand
-Tuning: A-D-G-C-E-A

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Mill River Music & Guitar Shop

Northampton, MA, United States
Joined Reverb:2014

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