Tangi Ukulele

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Tangi are Hawaiian made ukuleles. They make a wide range of ukuleles including some unusual pieces including a 10 1/4 inch playable, koa ukulele and two violin shaped ukuleles (a standard one and the more fancy Kawika model).

On Video

Wilfried Welti tests out the tiny Tangi Manini.

On eBay



3 Comments

  1. Jiro September 9th, 2010 2:06 am

    Tangi has moved his shop location to another part in Honolulu. He is not a one man show making hand made ukuleles. I recently bought a 2 puka concert. Very durable mahogany and a bit heavy. He has a big collection of ukes and it is worth checking out his web site (it is running again).

  2. Smitty November 4th, 2011 2:33 am

    I bought a pineapple Tangi 3-4 years ago. I can’t tell you how much I like plying that little pineapple. I sat down tonight and googled Tangi, and was surprised that they come so highly recommended. I think I paid $100.00 for it on ebay and really like it 5- stars for sure! Smitty

  3. DAVID June 16th, 2020 6:47 pm

    I PURCHASED A TANGI KOA WOOD TENOR UKE. CRACKED DOWN THE MIDDLE WIHTIN 6 MO’S. SENT IT BACK TO TANGI. IT WAS SORT OF REPAIRED. (STILL HAS A LARGE CAVED IN DENT) IN THE FRONT OF THE SOUND BOARD.

    TONE IS STILL MELLOW AND BEAUTIFUL. WOOD IS BEAUTIFUL. uNFORTUNATE CRACKING THO.

    I PLAY IT EVERY DAY STILL TODAY. nOW HAS LOOK OF “WILLEY NELSON” GUITAR FRONT. bUT I STILL LOVE THE TONE. DL BRAND

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