Koda Electro Acoustic Irish Bouzouki i

Irish Bouzoukis are large relatives of the mandolin family, and are sometimes called octave mandolins or citterns. They evolved from the 1960s and 1970s Irish folk music revival, when Greek bouzoukis were used as background rhythm instruments and later adapted into a new instrument.

The three main differences between the Irish bouzouki and Greek bouzouki lie in the shape of the body, the length of the fingerboard, and the tuning of the strings.

The Koda Electro Acoustic Irish Bouzouki is ideal for any level of player from beginner to advanced. With a spruce top and mahogany back and sides, this flat-backed Irish bouzouki offers a bright, clear, resonant tone that can cater to the needs of any bouzouki player.

This premium electro acoustic bouzouki also features a pickup so you can plug in and play, making it ideal for the professional gigging musician.

Key Features of the Koda Irish Bouzouki:

  • Electro acoustic bouzouki
  • Pickup with audio output jack
  • Irish style flat back bouzouki
  • 8 Strings
  • 24 Frets
  • GDAE Tuning
  • Spruce top
  • Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlay
  • Mahogany neck and resonator
  • Satin finish
  • Geared tuners with pearlescent buttons


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