Mele Mahogany Standard Pineapple (OUT OF STOCK)


In the beginning, there was only one size of Ukulele, the soprano or “standard” (21″ long, 12 frets.) It’s still the most popular. In the early 1920’s, Sam Kamaka started making pineapple-shaped standards, at first for the tourist trade. He even painted some of them to look like a pineapple. They sounded so good that the locals began buying them, too! They sound slightly fuller and warmer than the regular shape. This Mele mahogany standard pineapple is entirely handmade out of solid mahogany, with ebony bridge and fingerboard. The ebony binding ensures structural integrity, which allows us to offer the famous Mele lifetime warranty. Individually set up by Michael Rock for great action, awesome¬† tone and precise intonation.

***Please note*** Due to the handmade nature of our instruments and the natural variations in wood grains, ukuleles may not be identical to the one pictured.

SKU: mele-mahogany-standard-pineapple-305 Categories: ,



  • Solid Mahogany Top, back & sides
  • Solid ebony binding, fingerboard, nut & bridge¬†
  • Hand carved mahogany neck
  • Soprano 4 string
  • Echoes of Aloha brand strings
  • Rope Inlay design on the sides
  • Grover tuners

Additional information

Weight 17.25 lbs
Protect It !

Grey Gig Bag $35, Hardcase $80, None $0


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Mele Mahogany Standard Pineapple (OUT OF STOCK)”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *