Back in the 1920s, a man by the name of Samuel Kamaka invented the pineapple shaped ukulele. It was a complete new design, no instrument of this shape had even been produced. It created a rich yet mellow tone compared the classic shaped ukuleles.
Ever since that moment, the pineapple ukulele has been part of the ukulele landscape. You'll see a pineapple ukulele in almost every ukulele store around the world.
The Bondi mahogany series pineapple ukulele continues the tradition with an instrument that brings that hint of mellowness yet has a bit more brightness than your normal pineapple ukulele.
They say every serious uke player has a pineapple ukulele in their collection and this instrument comes in at a great price that wont break the bank.