Flight DUC373 African Mahogony Concert
Ki’i Pohaku (literally “images in stone”) are extremely interesting petroglyphs carved in into lava rock surfaces by ancient Hawaiians. It has been suggested that these curious carvings were used to mark important events, document travels, and to track family lineage. We decided to commemorate Ki’i Pohaku in the way we do best—by incorporating them into our newest laser-cut rosette design.
Flight DUC373 African Mahogony Concert Specificaties
Body Shape: Concert (17 frets)
Top: African Mahogany
Back & Side: African Mahogany
Neck: African Okoume
Nut & Saddle: High-quality plastic
Position Markers: 5th, 7th, 10th, 12th and 15th frets.
Premium Features: Arched back, Geared Tuners, Laser Engraved Rosette, Redesigned Headstock, Improved construction and build.
Free padded gigbag and instructional booklet included!