Here's a great example of a Kamaka from before the company began using mahogany necks, a pearl headstock logo, and other modern touches that define the current 21st Century Kamaka ukes. Although this soprano has the hand-carved koa neck it does have accurate frets and smooth-functioning Schaller tuners, so it not only sounds good but tunes up quickly and has good intonation. No cracks but the finish on the neck has light dings, maybe from a ring? And there are light finger scuffs to the finish on the face. A thoroughly traditional Hawaiian ukulele but unlike many of the older versions this is one you can play and enjoy.