Lower Your Voice

with a new Lanikai baritone ukulele or guitelele

Video Game TCHIA To Feature Lanikai Ukuleles

Through a special cooperation between Lanikai, publisher Kelper Interactive, and developer Awaceb, beginning in late March 2024, a special edition of the LU Series soprano ukulele will be digitally brought to life in the video game Tchia.

The Lanikai LU Series

Designed to provide a high-quality sound and easy playability at an entry-level price point, the LU Series is perfect for aspiring musicians.

The Lanikai Bass.

The Lanikai Acoustic-Electric Bass ukulele utilizes a truss rod for easy action adjustments. Select woods include Spruce, Figured Bocote, Oak, and Mahogany.

Hard-Shell Cases.

The new Hard-Shell Wood Ukulele Case offers maximum protection for your instrument.

Real Ukuleles for Real Musicians

Lanikai specializes in providing ukuleles for discerning musicians requiring dependability, playability and style; whether songwriting, recording, or on stage.

With a wide range of tone woods and premium features, Lanikai ukuleles offers musicians instruments to meet their advancing skill levels and provides you the inspiration that sparks creativity and fuels musical passion.

Lanikai Artist Spotlight.

Lanikai artist Caroline Dare talks about how Lanikai ukuleles have influenced her journey as a songwriter and a performer.

Lanikai Artist Performance.

Lanikai artist Bob Tigert performing “How Cool is That” on a Red Quilted Maple Tenor Ukulele.

Lanikai Artist Spotlight.

Lanikai artist Poyee Yancy talks about why he plays the Figured Bocote Bass Ukulele.

How To String A Ukulele

Lanikai brand manager, Rock Clouser, demonstrates the process for stringing a ukulele. Both standard bridge and 8-hole bridge methods are shown.

Lanikai Artist Performance.

Lanikai artist Sara Kays performing her original song “Smaller Than This” on a Black Quilted Maple Ukulele.