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Black Ukelele: Les Paul Ukulele with Soft Case

by Mahalo
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
RRP: 59.99
Price: 44.99
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  • Suitable for: All Ages!
  • Materials: Nickel Roundwound
  • Notable Features: Geared machineheads - as found on guitars!, Gibson style Trapezoid fret markers
  • Dimensions: Full Length: 54cm, Body Length: 24cm, Scale Length: 13.75"
  • Length: Scale Length: 13.75"
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Black Ukelele: Les Paul Ukulele with Soft Case + Cherub Clip-On Ukulele Tuner + Ukulele For Dummies
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight839 g
Product Dimensions57.8 x 22.6 x 8.4 cm
Manufacturer referenceULP-1-BK
Number of Strings4
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 10,635 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight848 g
Date First Available14 Mar 2010
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Product Description

Ukuleles just got a whole lot more Rock 'n Roll!.... 

So who's the Uke player in your house - You? Your kids? Your partner? All of the above? Whoever you're buying for, they'll love a Mahalo Les Paul Ukulele. Get one of these Les Paul Ukuleles in your hands and you'll just ooze class, style, and most importantly - Rock 'n Roll! But it doesn't stop there - you won't just look good.  These Ukuleles are great because:

  • They're fun to play
  • They sound great
  • They look great
  • They play well
  • They're easy to carry around
  • They don't cost the earth!

They're fun to play - Music is all about having fun, which is why everyone will love it! The Ukulele is a popular instrument to learn, and lessons can come in the form of private lessons with a tutor, lessons at school or with the advent of the internet age, you can easily find lessons online in video formats.
They sound great - The Les Paul Ukuleles are made from eastern mahogany, and have quality strings give you better tone than many cheap ukuleles.
They look great - A high gloss finish, Trapezoid fretboard inlays, nickel frets and Gibson Les Paul style tuning pegs and frets even give your instrument a look of class! They're a spitting image of the Gibson Les Paul Standard!
They play well - The tuning pegs on the Les Paul Uke are geared to prevent the strings slipping. The action (height of the strings from the fingerboard) is comfortable and the neck is pretty narrow/shallow meaning its easy to plat - even for kids' small hands.
They're easy to carry around - Each Les Paul Ukulele comes with a carry bag for easy transportation. They guitar and

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nice starter ukulele 28 Oct 2010
This ukulele sounds quite nice and looks very attractive, for the price it's a great introduction to ukuleles and probably a better investment than many of the very cheap starter models. One thing to look out for however is that the slightly unusual body shape means that you might find it difficult to get hold of a hard case that will fit. The included gig bag is fine for basic protection, but if you're going to be transporting it by bus/train/plane you're likely to need to keep it with you to avoid accidental damage from other passengers' heavy luggage.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's okay, but I say buy an Ashton. 14 Nov 2012
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I bought this for my nephew, having had a Uke of my own for a while now. (I bought an Ashton Uke, for 54.00 plus padded gigbag and it is absolutely awesome). This one however is not as good by a stretch. There have been comments on the strings, The fact is -and anyone who has played a decent Uke can tell you, that you have to have 'Aquila' strings for a sound that is worth listening to. The nylon strings on cheaper Ukuleles produce vibration and a dull sound. 'Aquila' strings give a bright and crisp sound and you can tell one chord from another.
Granted you can buy any Uke and buy some 'Aquila' to put on for 6 quid, but a cheap Uke will frusrate you because they often have lousy build quality. That being said, any NEW Ukulele will need tuning every time you get it out for a while (-until the strings settle after being fully wound).
Lastly, the action on this particular fingerboard is okay really, but the face of the Uke had poor craftmanship -with one edge being 'rippled' for about an inch, then laqcuered over and the tuning keys are cheap looking in comparison to my Ashton. At 34.99 its okay, but I would have sent it back at full price (59.99). If you think you want to spend once and have a really, really good Uke do yourself a HUGE favour and get an Ashton. There is no comparison, at 50-60 they are superb for the money and you will enjoy playing it forever.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Set me on a uke journey 4 Mar 2011
My son bought me this uke and for a beginner it works just fine.He is the musician and he has tuned it properly and all is well.This middle aged,tone deaf,sausage-fingered beginner is getting a few tunes out of it after a couple of months which is all you need to know.Loads of tabs/chords online and if you always wanted to play something but thought you couldn't,this is just the trick.Buy one-it will give you some pleasure and please ignore all the obvious George Formby jokes which do wear a bit thin if you 'fess up' to playing a uke.A year later I have purchased a slightly better tenor uke becuase I feel I have improved enough to give it justice.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great ukulele 4 Mar 2013
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Great ukulele, Nice Sound... Fine strings and great details. The strings had to Be stretched to hold the tuning - World Well aften a few dans.
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