A big-bodied Tenor Ukulele with full, dry tone for popular and jazz styles. Ideal for lower tunings.
A tenor uke should be something more than just bigger - a different instrument with its own tone and applications.
When Martin introduced the Tenor they intended it to be tuned dGBE (like a modern baritone, but with a high 4th string), hence the name. I really like that sound, or at least a low G GCEA - either way, the Boswell's long 17" scale and big body make for a substantial physical presence, and its light fan bracing allows the tone to open up to a loud, warm, dry jazzy fullness.
All solid mahogany, with rosewood appointments. Waverley friction tuners as standard; other options available on request.
Also available as a Tiple, with ten steel strings, Torrefied Sitka Spruce top, deep 4" body and massive jangly sound!