Archtop, semi-hollow, electric, soprano ukulele with a cutout.
- Type: Archtop, semi-hollow or HardBody electric
- Size: Super-Soprano (extended scale)
- Body: Handcarved Curly Maple
- Soundboard: Handcarved Curly Maple
- Neck: Birdseye Maple – medium rounded profile; cantilevered over the soundboard
- Scale length: 14.7″
- Total # frets: 19
- Frets to the body: 14
- Includes K&K Sound Twin Spot internal pickup
- Body is carved from a single block of curly Maple so the grain runs continuously around the entire body
The March Hare is a most famous for appearing in the tea party scene in Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. The March Hare later appears at the trial for the Knave of Hearts, and for a final time as “Haigha” (which Carroll tells us is pronounced to rhyme with “mayor”), the personal messenger to the White King in Through the Looking-Glass.
Alice, hypothesized, “The March Hare will be much the most interesting, and perhaps as this is May it won’t be raving mad — at least not so mad as it was in March.”
“Mad as a March hare” is a common British English phrase, both now and in Carroll’s time.
Like the character’s friend, the Hatter, the March Hare feels compelled to always behave as though it is tea-time because the Hatter supposedly “murdered the time” whilst singing for the Queen of Hearts.
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