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Available now, this sopranino is made in primarily European woods.

*** Note that this ukulele has a cosmetic flaw at the edge of the soundboard and as such it is offered at a significantly reduced price. ***

With its spruce top, this sopranino has an amazingly loud, bright tone that’s perfect for fast strumming styles.

The top is a quarter-sawn piece of European spruce and the body is bound with a single ply black binding strip. I especially like the patterns and colour contrasts in the walnut back and sides.

The neck is London plane, with a 13 fret fingerboard in laburnum, with mother of pearl dots at the 5, 7and 10th frets.

The tuning pegs are my favourite Grover 6B friction tuners and the nut & saddle are corian.

It is strung with fluorocarbon strings and currently tuned ADF#B. This is an exceptionally nice sounding example of a sopranino ukulele.

Please see close up image for details of the soundboard edge.



Walnut front walnut top laburnum FB


walnut back obl London plane neck walnut back

london plane HS blemish detail



Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 63 × 33 × 25 cm
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