Soprano -Soprano is the smallest of the four ukulele body sizes and is the traditional ukulele size. The Honu Soprano is perfect for kids learning ukulele or for adults who prefer the brighter tone of a traditional ukulele.
Concert -Concert ukuleles are currently the most popular ukulele body size worldwide. Bigger than a soprano but smaller than a tenor, a concert uke is the perfect middle ground for most players. This size is suitable for all ages, though small children may be better suited to a soprano.
Tenor -Tenor ukuleles are exploding in popularity thanks to the full, deep sound produced by their larger body size. Bigger than the concert, the tenor is great for teenagers and adults that are looking for the most volume from their ukulele and extra space for their fingers on the fretboard.
Baritone -As the name suggests, a baritone ukulele is the largest and deepest sounding of all of the ukulele sizes. Usually tuned like the highest four strings of a guitar (DGBE), rather than the GCEA tuning found on most ukes, a baritone is great if you have a background in guitar because you won't have to learn any new chord shapes. They are also very fun if you are a ukulele player looking to experiment with a different tone.
Perfect for anyone wanting to dip their toe into the ukulele water, our Honu series was designed to provide as much instrument as we could at an entry level price. The all sapele construction provides a warm tone, similar to that of mahogany, but the Honu is more durable and less susceptible to humidity and temperature changes than our solid top models, the Mano and Kohala. As with all Honolua Ukuleles, it includes premium features designed to produce the best tone possible at an affordable price, including bone nut and saddle for better clarity and sustain, open back machine heads for tuning precision and eco-friendly wood selections.
Our Honu Series is perfect for the beginner ukulele player. The all-laminate sapele construction provides a full, bright tone and the laminate construction means it is durable and less susceptible to humidity changes. Aesthetically, it’s fairly simple, but it never compromises on sound quality.
For more information on our models and the differences between them, check out our Buyer's Guide section on models here.
Size - Baritone
As the name suggests, a baritone ukulele is the largest and deepest sounding of all of the ukulele sizes. Usually tuned like the highest four strings of a guitar (DGBE), rather than the GCEA tuning found on most ukes, a baritone is great if you have a background in guitar because you won't have to learn any new chord shapes. They are also very fun if you are a ukulele player looking to experiment with a different tone.
For help choosing the right size, click "Size Me Up" beside the price above, or check out our Buyer's Guide section on sizing here.
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We are very proud that every one of our ukuleles includes an impressive list of included features:
I play guitar and Ukulele, and recently decided to add a Baritone to my collection. After doing much research, I decided to try this one. I am happy with it even thought I never got to try it in person before buying. It was what I expected and company was very quick to answer my questions. I would recommend this for anyone wanting to get into baritones without spending a fortune. Works well plugged in too.
I really love the craftsmanship of the ukulele. Love the sound and that the strings are comfortable. So happy with it!
Le bois est magnifique et l'instrument de est de qualité pour le prix.
Just what I wanted
The baritone uku arrived in good shape. The acoustic is AWESOME
Don't really need to plugin
The electronics works great
Nice uku for the money.
Really good Acoustics!
I love love love it! It’s so unique & the quality makes it even better! So much fun to play