Pa'ina means party. The Pa'ina Acoustic-Electric Ukulele from Fender has all-solid mahogany sides, back, and neck, a unique Telecaster headstock shape, and the versatility of an onboard passive pickup... Read More
Pa'ina means party. The Pa'ina Acoustic-Electric Ukulele from Fender has all-solid mahogany sides, back, and neck, a unique Telecaster headstock shape, and the versatility of an onboard passive pickup.
Includes a gig bag.
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This is an amazing uke for its price. It has amazing craftsmanship and has great sound. Besides this i also own a Lanikai CK-TEQ and its just as good but for a cheaper price. I totally suggest you buy this awesome uke! s of music.
I've bought the Pai'na in April 2010 (3 years ago) online, as a first ukulele. It traveled about half of the world with me in that little Fender gigbag. To this day, I'm very pleased with its beautiful (strumming/picking) sound and easy playability. It took about a week for it to hold tune. It also sounds amazing plugged in. l strongly recommend buying it. P.S. this ukuele doesn't fit in cases similar to Lanikai's hardshell case because its headstock is a bit longer than most of the other tenor ukuleles. Last time I checked, 2012 Fender ukulele models come with better/more padded gigbags than the ones in 2010.
Fender did a great job with these new ukes made in Indonesia. The high end model, Pa Ina has an amazing pick up system and perfect acoustic. The telecaster headstock keeps the instrument precisely tuned for weeks. You will be proud to own this magnificent instrument.
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