Acacia Tenor Ukulele (ladder-braced)

This acacia tenor ukulele features northern California tonewood from nearby Marin County for its sides, top, back, and neck; an ebony fingerboard & bridge; and Sitka spruce bracing. The acacia family includes the prized tonewood koa, and this particular board bears striking resemblance to koa in its sound, color, & grain. Its ladder-braced top was inspired by classic Martin ukulele design & sounds as wonderful strumming chords as it does on lead runs up the fingerboard.


Price includes hard-shell case but not shipping or sales tax (if applicable) - please contact us for a total quote or with any questions.


  • Solid black acacia (Marin County, California) top, back, sides & neck
    Ebony fingerboard & bridge
  • Abalone Dart logo¬†
  • Mother-of-pearl fretboard markers
  • Rope-style soundhole inlay
  • Peghedz 4:1 planetary gear system tuning pegs
  • Ladder-braced top
  • Solid basswood lining
  • Hot hide glue construction


  • 1-5/16" nut width
  • 17" string length
  • 27" total length
  • 12" body length
  • 3-1/8" depth at butt
  • 9-1/2" lower bout
  • 7-1/8" upper bout