My personal go-to uke is my SK-10. It is a blue one and was given to me as a gift and though I have access to hundreds of ukes, the SK-10 is the one I grab most often! I love it! The laminate makes for a very stable uke, so I can take it anywhere and I am not worried about variation in temperature or humidity effecting my uke. The construction, however, is so light that though it is a laminate uke, it is very resonant and has a nice full tone with good projection. It also has REALLY nice frets for a 'starter uke'. Then for fun, this uke comes in fun colors! So when people ask about what uke they should get to learn on, I always say they cant go wrong with an SK-10. The sound and intonation is spot on and helps the beginner uker to feel successful!
I set up your uke to make sure your action is good and your frets are even and your uke is buzz free. I work just as much time on low-price ukes as I do high-price ukes. Every uke gets my personal attention.
• Satin Finish in Selected Colors
• Mahogany Top, Back & Sides
• Rosewood Fretboard & Bridge
• Sound-hole Rosette in black/white/black/white/black
• Open Geared Tuners
• Pearloid Dot Inlay Markers on Frets # 5, 7 & 10
• Aquila Strings
• Satin Finish
• 12 Frets to Body; Total 15 Frets
• Scale Length = 13-3/4”
• Body Length = 9-1/2”
• Overall Length = 21”
• Upper Bout Width = 5”
• Lower Bout Width = 6-1/2”
• Body Height = 2-1/2”
• Overall Height = 3” (including bridge & saddle)
• Nut Width = 1-5/16”
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