kala ukuleles

about kala ukuleles

Kala was introduced to the world market in 2005, from the town of Petuluma, in the Sonoma wine valley in California (just north of San Francisco), with bases also in Hawaii and Virginia, and ukuleles made with precision and passion, Kala has become synonymous with quality for beginners to the most skilled performers.

Utilising amazing tone woods such as spruce and cedar (preferred for many tops, the chosen timbers for pianos and classical guitars), koa (traditional Hawaiian timber), padauk (used in orchestral marimbas), walnut, maple, ebony, and mahogany, these ukuleles provide so much variety and individuality.

Kala also produce the world’s No. 1 bass ukuleles (the famous UBasses), banjoleles, resonater ukes, 6 and 8 string models and more.  At Morris Brothers, we have a selection of the very best to see, try and compare – all at 20% off retail prices!

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