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Our 14 & 11yo daughters have an interest in music but do not play the ukulele, so they didn’t know what to expect when I told them about this factory tour. I can confidently say that they now have a great appreciation of what’s involved...More
This factory tour was the coolest! The ukuleles are very well made and I really enjoyed learning about how it is made. Lloyd was very interesting and made the entire experience amazing. I would love to take this tour again in the future and bring...More
We took part in a factory tour on Feb 6/18 which was provided by Lloyd, who was the very best tour guide imaginable!!
His knowledge and love of the Ukelele was the best part of the tour. He took us through each step and explained...More
Called in to see the new factory and display room at 1234 Kona street. We were early and chatted with Lloyd and played a number of nice ukes they had on display. Had a wonderful tour through all of the processes of making a KoAloha...More
I have played ukulele for over 20 years and have owned 10 different brands. Ko Aloha is far and away the best sounding, they project amazingly well and are a joy to play. After taking the tour I know why now. It is the time...More
When we originally got to the island we had planned to tour as many of the Hawaiian Big K ukulele factories as possible. On Monday we called KoAloha Ukulele company and also left messages for them on their website pages. We were disappointed to hear...More
We organised the KoAloha Factory tour as we wanted to see the process of these great instruments.
Paul, Alan, Pops, Mom and all the staff were welcoming and happy to talk about the history of the company and what they all do to contribute.
This place rocks. Every employee treated us as honoured guests and celebrity musicians. We loved seeing how these beautifully handcrafted, individually made ukuleles are created. No wonder they're so good. Every one is a work of art and love. They let us play them and...More
Took my dad here when he came for a visit. I was not looking forward to it as I don't know anything about ukuleles and fankly had no interest in learning. This tour changed my mind. It was awesome! We learned all about how they...More