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Available now, this soprano has a strong loud tone due to its spruce top

The top is European spruce with a pinstripe decoration to the soundhole and black edge binding. The back and sides are made from reclaimed sapele.

The neck is reclaimed Utile wood salvaged from a church pew, with a 14 fret fingerboard in granadilla, with mother of pearl dots at the 5, 7and 10th frets.

The tuning pegs are Graphtech tune-a-lele geared tuners with a 6:1 gear ratio.

It is strung with fluorocarbon strings . This is an exceptionally nice sounding example of a soprano ukulele that will suit a wide range of playing styles.



sapele front spruce top granadilla fretboard

headstock Body end sapele rear

Utile neck Graphtech tuners




Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 63 × 33 × 25 cm
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