Thanks. Big help.Great video, thank you for sharing. Same size, same strings, and with eyes closed could clearly tell each has a different voice. For me the Pono was almost too bright while the prototype was the smoothest and fullest sounding and the first between the two.
Good insights DJ. Thanks.Thanks Vic for these sound samples . They all sound good .
For $280 including expert set-up by Mim's the Ohana CK-38 is a compelling offering for fans of Mahogany .
I thought the CK-450 (P) sounded fullest and most open with a nice voice for fans of Koa .
Not sure I would buy it though at $880 , but that's at the low price end for an all Koa .
Pono also sounds good , but I prefer their Mango or Mahogany models .