The Kamaka HP-1 Pineapple soprano, which was invented by Sam Kamaka sometime before 1920 and patented in 1928, has since gone on to become an iconic design in the ukulele world. The Pineapple’s unique, oval-shaped body produces a resonant, mellow sound distinct from its traditional figure-eight-shaped siblings. Like all Kamaka ukuleles, the HP-1 is made from locally harvested solid koa. It’s fitted with Gotoh UPT gears which make tuning a breeze. Includes a hardshell case.

stock no. 58611

ModelHP-1 Pineapple, Soprano
TopSolid Hawaiian koa
Back and sidesSolid Hawaiian koa
Frets to body12
Nut width1 3/8"
Scale length13 9/16"
Bridge materialRosewood
Fretboard MaterialRosewood
Neck materialMahogany
TunersGotoh UPT
InlayFretboard position dots
Total frets16
FinishLacquer
CaseOrig. Hard
Serial No200307