24” (619 mm) parlor body shape;laminated spruce top with sapele sides and back;
Birch neck with 38mm wide bone nut;
Rosewood bridge with bone saddle;
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The modern concept of the ukulele and its popularity in the present day of the United States became a reality when America music composers and songwriters started doing music with Hawaiian themes and sound during the 1920 period, and from then onward, it became popular, known across the music world.