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Kala Ka-b Mahogany Baritone Ukulele
Part of Kala’s flagship Satin Mahogany series, this KA-B baritone ukulele from Kala is a popular model with ukulelists adding their first baritone to their collection, as well as those making an upgrade. At under $200, it is still very much an affordable uke, but promises a little more than something you’d find in the entry-level market. Let’s have a look…
Body & Neck
As looks go, there are certainly more elegant and elaborately styled ukuleles on the market. In fact, the KA-B is a little plain in comparison to some. However, it’s still quite attractive, with a timeless non-cutaway baritone body, with a total length of just over 30”. As a part of Kala’s Satin Mahogany series, there’s no surprise that the body is made entirely of a mahogany laminate, finished in satin, with simple cream binding around the top and back.
Joined at the 14th fret, the neck is also mahogany, and sports either a rosewood or walnut fretboard (depending on the marketplace), and 18 frets. It’s a comfortable ukulele to play, and well-suited to those with bigger hands, or players moving over to the uke world from guitar. Out of the box it’s very playable with a low action and slick feel, although it would benefit from a good setup, as we found a little string buzz (although you may be luckier!). Otherwise a solid, if unspectacular body.
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