We are always happy to get an instrument for Peter Hurney, who builds fine ukuleles under the Pohaku name. This beautiful tenor is made from super curly AAA Hawaiian Koa from Hawaii's Big Island. The neck is made from Honduran mahogany and the fretboard is ebony. The headstock, neck and body are bound in rope-style purfling that crosses itself at the 12th fret. This is a lovely sounding ukulele with a clear, ringing tone. Includes a hardshell case.
About Peter Hurney:
Hurney's first Pohaku Ukuleles were made in Kailua, Hawaii, in the early 1990's. Now in Berkeley, California, Peter creates 20-30 custom instruments a year from Pohaku’s climate controlled wood-shop and studio, creating dynamic ukuleles ranging in style, from vintage and classical to art deco, art nouveau and even modern steampunk.