There are few instruments that are quite as distinct as the ukulele. Deriving its name from the Hawaiian words uku (meaning reward) and lele (meaning to come), the “gift that came here” has been a staple of Hawaiian music and culture since the late 19th century. At Diamond Head ukulele, the goal has always been to get this wonderful musical instrument into the hands of as many people as possible.
Diamond Head, named after the great Hawaiian volcano, crafts ukuleles for people who are erupting with creativity. Generally built in five different sizes, tenor, concert, soprano, baritone, and pineapple, each style of ukulele brings a different, yet unmistakeable sound to your favorite music.
What set a lot of Diamond Head ukuleles apart is their colorful designs. A uke’s natural finish, while nice, doesn’t do a lot to capture the eye. These ukuleles are available in a rainbow of colors that will delight everyone, especially the young. This is great, since ukuleles are also an economical way to get newcomers interested in playing music. Because they are relatively inexpensive, small, easy to transport and even easier to play, a ukulele makes a great gift for beginners and experienced players alike. What’s more, there is an almost endless sea of information available online that can teach you the basics of the instrument and to have you strumming in no time at all.
The ukulele evokes a special kind of feeling; one of warm beaches, sunny days, good friends and good vibes. Diamond Head Ukulele wants to give you that feeling any time of year and any place in the world. With one of these ukuleles, you’ll have a great musical instrument you can take with you almost anywhere, making it easy to share the beautiful sounds of Hawaii with your friends and family.