The Kamaka HF-1 standard has always set the bench mark for soprano’s. It has that classic ukulele sound you can hear on old records and does that ragtime jazz perfect.
The HF-2 Concert has always been my personal favorite from the Kamaka line. The way Kamaka does their concert is a sound unlike any other concert on the market. It has a boomy low end and a nice roll off on the highs for a big sweet tone.
The HF-3 always sells out the fastest in our store. In recent years the Tenor has become the most popular size for ukulele enthusiasts. Guitar players crossing over find it the most comfortable. You have more space for chording, and the a bigger body along with a longer scale length give the tenor a brighter and punchier tone. This, along with artist like Jake Shimabukuro playing a Kamaka tenor, has made the HF-3 quite a hot item.
The finale comes from an original shape from the Kamaka company. The Pineapple. The pineapple is a slightly deeper sound than the normal Standard. It is the same scale length and neck but has a bit more soundboard to vibrate. It has a great sound for being a such a small instrument and would be a nice addition to any uke collection! Enjoy the video~