Athough I have only been playing my new Klos electric tenor uke for the past week since it arrived, I am blown away at the rich resonance, sustain and playability. Being a woman with small hands/short fingers (and arthritis in them), I was immediately impressed with the ease of fretting literally all the way up to the 19th fret and back. I have a custom uke and a well made stock uke that have beautiful sound but the Klos easily matches them. The pickup does an excellent job of amplifying the sound without distortion. Could not be happier. One feature I really love is that the neck is recessed from the back where it attaches. This makes reaching those higher frets easier than on my cutaway uke. Kyle was fabulous to work with and quickly answered all questions.
Im just saying this uke sounds amazing. I have a few amazing ukes laying around and find myself grabbing this quite a bit. I know i had concerns on tune initially but that went away rather fast. It just eliminates worrying about your instrument and focused on the music. The price is worth it honestly, for something thats gonna last you awhile, sign me up. I love my Klos uke. Wish they made a mandolin. https://youtu.be/SQ9GcudIYIE
Great looking, smooth black neck of the correct width, string height and wonderful fingerboard. Really a nice instrument. I have several ukuleles and all have their own tones but none has an easier to play fingerboard than the Kloss carbon Fiber Ukulele I received. I purchased the plain Jane version with no accessories or electronics and I am very pleased. It is hard for me to put the instrument down it is so nice playing! Made in the USA too!!!
I've been a fan of KLOS for a long time now, and their acoustic electric travel guitar has usurped all my instruments to become the favorite one I known (and not just for traveling). I was similarly impressed with the acoustic ukulele -- the instrument employs the same carbon fiber reinforced polymer technology, making it crazy lightweight even by ukulele standards. This is a tenor-sized ukulele, so a soprano uke guy like myself may need a little time to adjust and stretch his fingers before mastering it. The acoustics are outstanding; like its six-stringed companion the ukulele is remarkably loud for its size. It needs to be tuned fairly often, but the slack seems to prevent the mahogany neck from bowing (unlike past ukes I've owned). Overall awesome instrument. Can't wait to take this with my on my next backpacking trip.
Love the sound of this carbon fiber ukulele. I’ve never owned this type of ukulele until now and I’m glad I made the purchase. Intonation is spot on and sound is full and loud yet punchy like an all solid Hawaiian made ukulele. Can’t wait to take this baby on road trips without ever worrying about the elements. Thank you KLOS for making such a beautiful instrument. I’m a happy camper. Much aloha to the KLOS crew for their hard work and attention to detail. Mahalo
Carbon fiber is an infusion of the most durable fibers and the strongest resin, commonly used in the aerospace industry. This creates a lighter, more durable instrument, with more volume than a similarly sized wooden counterpart.
KLOS carbon fiber is never post-processed—our guitars are naturally beautiful without sanding, polishing or painting. This is the way they come out of the press. There will often be small marks, crease lines, or fiber distortions from this process, true hallmarks of a genuine carbon fiber guitar.