Mele Mango Deluxe Tenor 4

5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


SKU: mele-mango-tenor-4-564 Categories: , ,

Product Description

For many years, folks have been requesting mango wood ukuleles. We built a few early on, but mango wood is very challenging to work with. It looks and sounds so great, though, that we have started making them again, and they are gorgeous, great-sounding, and selling like hotcakes! This entirely handmade mango tenor is patterned after the legendary Pennsylvania -made Martin tenors, just like our koa and mahogany models, and the sound is definitely in the same league, but we are finding that a lot of players prefer it over any other wood for its striking, unique looks and tone.

This instrument will delight the professional and amateur player, as well as the collector. Itʻs an instant heirloom! Hand carved mahogany neck, Mele deluxe 18-to-1 geared tuners, ebony binding, bridge and headstock overlay, 19 nickel-silver frets, and all the other features that make our Mele tenors so outstanding in their price range.

*Pictures are sample. Actual Ukulele doesn’t come with a Pickup.

Additional Information

Weight 8 lbs

5 reviews for Mele Mango Deluxe Tenor 4

  1. 5 out of 5


    This is a beautiful tenor ukulele that plays and sounds as good as it looks. The current sale price makes this an even better price for a quality ukulele.

  2. 5 out of 5


    I went to your shop in Wailea thinking I was going to get a mahogany ukulele but when I saw and heard the mango I knew I had to get it. I think it sounds better every time I play it. And thanks to Austin for the help.

  3. 5 out of 5


    just recieved my mango tenor, thanx a mill., Ena, I’ve read mixed reviews around Mele, the one I have is not only beautifully sounding (sustain is beginning to open up), but (I like satin finishes) it’s just great to look at. When not playing it, I case it up w/a humidifier as where I live in Cal, it’s either dry/cold or dry/ hot, I don’t take risks w/my instruments, too hard to get at least for me. Many thanx to the Mele crew, gonna add another to my humble clan of ukes.

  4. 5 out of 5


    I stopped in the shop in Wailuku thinking I wanted to get a mahogany ukulele to replace a laminate-bodied one I picked up last year. To my ear, the koa sounds too bright, and I like the warm sound of my mahogany-bodied guitar, so I figured mahogany was the easy choice.

    After hearing the sound of the koa, mahogany, and mango ukuleles in the store, it came down to a close race between this and the 2-holed version of it. This one became my new baby based partly on the traditional look of the single-hole and partly because the particular one I bought is a beautiful piece of wood on top. Great looking and great sounding ukulele. I bought it almost 2 weeks ago and I haven’t gone a day without playing it as much as I possibly can get away with. Love it.

  5. 5 out of 5


    I bought the Mele Mango Tenor last February while on vacation. I have 2 other decent ukuleles but wanted to take it to the next level. I went into the store thinking about Koa but after seeing and playing the Mango I was sold. It plays beautifully. I added the tweed case to my purchase and could not be happier.

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