New Instruments: Ukuleles

Flukes are back! The Flea (soprano) and Fluke (concert) are great sounding, cool-looking, well made ukuleles. Each comes with a...
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The Magic Fluke Firefly is a USA-made, lightweight, simply designed banjo-ukulele with an 8" head and 14" soprano scale length. Th...
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Pono Ukuleles are manufactured by Hawaii’s Ko’olau Ukulele Company on the island of Java in Indonesia. They feature lightly built...
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The Fluke is slightly larger than concert size with 15 frets and an overall length of 23 inches. A solid maple or walnut neck and...
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Martin's T1K offers the budget minded Ukulelist (is that a word?) an all-koa, all-solid, North American built tenor uke. It's a b...
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The budget-priced Martin C1K Ukulele features a concert-sized solid Koa body, one piece mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, and s...
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The Goodtime Banjo Ukulele offers players a modern take on a 1920’s cult classic! Deering’s budget Banjolele features the Goodtime...
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A classy, simple, and tastefully appointed wood-bodied resonator-ukulele, National’s Mahogany uke harkens back to the 1920’s with...
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Kiwaya Ukuleles are built in Japan to very high standards of craftsmanship. From their affordable "Extremely thin Laminate" base...
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A Standard Fluke, but with an upgraded Designer top. A solid maple or walnut neck and laminate birch top are combined with an inje...
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The tenor Fluke has the same body size as the concert but with a scale length that is 1 1/2 inches longer. Like the concert, the t...
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A Standard Flea, but with an upgraded Designer top. Smaller than the Fluke, the Flea uke offers easy playability, great sound and...
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