Ohana – Handcrafted Ukuleles and Percussion Instruments

ConsumerWatch

Playing an instrument can have several cognitive benefits such as improved coordination, increased memory, better math skills, etc. And for those who are musically inclined, we think it’s safe to say you’ve got somewhat of an upper hand.

If you’re looking to invest in a ukulele or percussion instrument, you can go straight to Ohana to do so.

Why?

Because they’re not just a family-based, owned and operated company, but have a mission to provide quality, affordable ukuleles to students and members of the local community.

Ohana takes their job seriously as they provide incredible handcrafted ukuleles to lending programs in libraries, after school programs, school music programs, and the Boys and Girls Club of Venice’s music program.

Ohana takes it a step further and has a trained technician thoroughly inspect each and every ukulele before it ships out of their warehouse. This ensures that the product you’ll receive will be of the highest quality and value.

In addition to ukuleles, Ohana also offers percussion instruments such as the Bongolele and Shakerlele -we would purchase these instruments just based on their cool names alone!

Ohana offers beginner’s instruments that are optimal for beginning musicians and high-end performance models for professionals. With Ohana, your instrument can be customized to your skill level.

With homage to the spirit of family and their passion for music, Ohana’s mission is to provide instruments to those who are from all walks of life.

To get started on your musical journey, visit ohana-music.com today.

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