Manea Ukuleles

Manea Ukuleles are a Hawaii-based ukulele company with a particular emphasis on Polynesian culture. So as well as the standard Hawaiian-style ukulele they also sell Tahitian ukuleles. Importing them from Tahiti, The Cook Islands and Rapa Nui.

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On Video

Hector Bernaldo discusses Manea’s range of ukuleles.

3 Comments

  1. Curt December 19th, 2014 11:58 am

    Such beautiful workmanship on these Ukuleles would love to own one.

  2. Scott January 27th, 2015 2:47 am

    I bought a Tahitian ukulele from these guys and it was awesome! Their shopping cart isn’t up yet but I emailed them for their inventory and got an answer within an hour with pictures of what they had and a pricelist of their inventory. The best part is they offer free shipping from the islands! Got my ukulele here in Florida within a week and was off and running. Luckily lots of stuff on Youtube about the Tahitian uke. Customer service was top notch. Called them just to ask a few questions and they were very helpful! These guys really love what they do.

  3. QueenTofu January 28th, 2015 5:54 am

    I have been playing the ukulele for fun for almost two years. My first ukulele was a concert Pono. It gives a good sound, but one day, I was at an uke fest and my friend suggested that I should check the Manea booth. I saw the beautiful koa soprano ukulele. I strummed it several times and boy, the strum gave a rich tone and it was louder than my concert uke…even, in a noisy location. I was stunned that this teeny tiny soprano would give a such a nice sound. Next thing I know, I was talking beyond the make of the uke; I was talking prices, etc. He gave me a price that I could not refuse. I really wasn’t into purchasing another uke. What was wrong with me? The next thing I know; I returned and it was a done deal. I was the owner of a new soprano Manea ukulele. The only thing they did not have, was the case. Hector Bernaldo said he would send it. If not, remind him. I did within a week, I got my uke bag too. He was right, the ukulele resonate amazing sounds, and I have been happy with it. I bet my concert Pono is jealous.

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