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.

Manea Ukuleles on Facebook

On Video

Hector Bernaldo discusses Manea’s range of ukuleles.


  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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