Galileo is Antica Ukuleleria’s latest model…why this name?
It refers to Galileo Galilei, the famous Italian physicist from the 1500s, father of the scientific method consisting in observation, research, hypothesis, test, data and then conclusions.
Often, even after years of experience, luthiery reserves some aspects for which one sometimes feels like walking blind. The particular modular design of this model allows the scientific method to be applied more effectively, isolating the various parts of the instrument in order to have a clearer idea of what is happening acoustically.
These are the ideas embedded in this model:
Thanks to these features with Galileo you will have a thin-line ukulele with a sound that has nothing to envy to larger ones. The look is minimal yet peculiar. The front and the back modules are joint with a visible and touchable line that gives a nice eye-catching detail. The solid frame design offers a unusual wood grain layout and a very comfortable feeling with its rounded corners.
Available in cherry wood for a slightly deeper and rounder tone, or in chestnut wood for a sharper and clearer sound.