Despite the different names, Inuk and Multioud are virtually one and the same instrument. There are only two differences: Inuk models have fretted fingerboards and steel strings, while Multioud models are fretless and equipped with nylon strings.
Inuk Ambiance Steel is a single-cut model with a 23-3/100" scale (standard scale length throughout the Multioud/Inuk family), flat top construction and a deep cutaway (it allows the players to reach beyond the 7th fret). Body is made of chambered mahogany base with a solid spruce sound board. Mahogany neck is pretty nice and comfortable, and features a 16-fret ebony fingerboard on top.
Microphone & preamp combo makes up the electronics section of Inuk Ambiance Steel. Fixed ebony bridge and a set of eleven open tuning machines complete the specs list.
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