instrument features & details


Features: why you'll love a Mya-Moe

Details: personalizing your Mya-Moe

Offered in a variety of more than 20 domestic & exotic woods so that every Mya-Moe is as unique as its owner!

geared tuners
carbon fiber-reinforced neck
dovetail neck/body joint
radiused fretboard
each body hand-voiced
perfect intonation

"Every once in a while you pick up an instrument that feels right at home in your hands, like one you've been playing for a lifetime.

My Mya-Moe is such an instrument."

-Steve Einhorn

read more about our
design philosophy...

As important as tone, is the playability of the
instrument. It can have the best tone in the world,
but if the intonation is off, it doesn't matter. Precise
placement of the saddle yields perfect intonation
for every Mya-Moe Ukulele.
Geared tuners make tuning the instrument so
much easier than traditional friction tuners that
we use them on all of our instruments, including
our entry-level models. We feel this is a critical
component to facilitate great playability.
Our instruments feature a carbon-fiber reinforced
one-piece neck. The carbon-fiber rod not only
guarantees that the neck will never twist or warp,
but its added stiffness ensures the maximum
possible string energy reaches the bridge.
Mya-Moe Ukuleles are built to last lifetimes. The
quality construction as evidenced by the dovetail
neck joint is just one aspect that adds durability
and stability.
Mya-Moe ukuleles have a 12" radius on all
fretboards. This slight radius has a tremendous
affect on the player's comfort & speed when
fretting, especially when doing bar-chords higher
up the fretboard.
Our ukuleles offer superior voice & sustain while
allowing the characteristics of each individual set
of wood to shine through. The result is a line of
instruments which have a consistent tone while each
instrument has a unique personality. From the
warm & dark acoustics of koa, to the bright & punchy
sounds of maple, every set of wood is unique and
must be treated differently in order for it to deliver
its maximum potential in the finished instrument.