Tiki, creator of mankind
In ancient times, the Polynesian wizards known as Tahu’a claimed that their people had been begotten by the tiki, otherwise known as the creator of mankind, the repository of mana, the energy that binds living beings to the universe. The representation of the tiki, typically a wooden statuette with arms along the body, short legs and a powerful face to ward off evil spirits, was believed to bring its owner protection and benevolence.
The emblem of the Tiki Uku that adorns the models in these series was chosen by Lâg luthiers because it combines the dominion and influence of the Tiki and the infinite grace of the ukulele in a single graphic.
Both the soprano and concert models in this range feature a sapele body and a satin finish. This tonewood offers clear, pleasant tones at an affordable price point. Both models come complete with a padded gig bag.
Shape : Concert
Body : Laminated sapele, open pore
Finish : French satin with Tiki artwork on the back
Neck & headstock : Sapelli
Finish : Natural french satin
Fingerboard & bridge : Dark walnut
Frets : 14 / nickel
Scale : 377 mm
Inlays : Pearloid Lag logo and dots
Machine heads : Black satin die cast with black satin buttons
Nut & saddle : 34 mm / 53 mm black graphite
Strings : Aquila
Gigbag : Included (Padded)