Larger still in size and volume, tenors are arguably the most versatile member of the ukulele family. Sporting up to 19 frets, a tenor can do everything a concert can, and then some. Tenors are especially well-suited for trying alternate tunings, making them especially attractive for solo playing. Light, affordable, and packed with premium features, the NUT310 is the best entry-level ukulele in the market today. Thanks to its warm sound, low maintenance, and flawless intonation, the NUT310 is a perfect instrument for a beginner and a quality addition to a large ukulele collection. Sapele is a light hardwood from tropical Africa with a golden to dark reddish brown color. A close relative of mahogany, its grain is interlocked, and has a uniform texture and good natural luster. Its natural resonance is boosted and concentrated by the arched back of the NUT310, yielding a clear and bright tone. The rosettes in all our ukuleles are drawn by hand and engraved by laser. The neck and fingerboard of the NUT310 are made from African okoume and Walnut. It's a great combination that guarantees a stable intonation across the fretboard, is gentle to your hands, and looks great as well. The nut may be a small component, but one that determines the pitch of the sound. The nut and saddle of the NUT310 are made from bone (not from plastic). Just one of the details that make this ukulele truly special. Headstock design is an integral part of our identity. All Flight ukuleles feature a carefully-designed headstock fitted with geared tuners that will always stay in tune. Light and stylish, yet offering excellent protection for your ukulele, Flight gigbags have already become legendary and with one hanging off your shoulder you will definitely make heads turn.