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Mahalo Black LP Style Ukulele

by Mahalo
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
Price: 37.95
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  • Ukulele including cover
  • Les Paul design soprano ukelele
  • Aquila strings
  • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • Black
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Technical Details
Item Weight998 g
Manufacturer reference2026/*/BK
Number of Strings4
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 10,169 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight998 g
Date First Available20 Nov 2009
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Product Description

The Mahalo 2026 Les Paul Style Soprano Ukulele is one of, if not the most popular of all our Ukes here at DJM Music. A constant hit with Guitar players of all ages looking to branch off & eXperiment with something new, the standard 2026 Les Paul Style Ukulele is a fantastic little acoustic Soprano Ukulele, very well crafted & suitable for all ages and abilities. With a total length of 53cm, the 2026 sits comfortably in the arms of adults & children alike, with a bright, resonant tone produced from the neatly crafted maple wood body. Manufactured to consistently high standards, this brilliant Mahalo Ukulele is a hugely popular choice due to its great look, lightweight feel, & comfortable playability. Features: Neck: Nato Body: Maple Fingerboard: Rosewood Bridge:Rosewood Machine Heads: Nickel Frets: Nickel Nut: ABS White Saddle: Nubone Strings: GHS Total length: 530mm Scale length: 346mm

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Set me on a uke journey 11 May 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.For the price it is reasonably sturdy and the tuners are of sufficient quality to kold the tuning very well in my opinion. An electronic tuner is well worth buying with a uke,it saves a lot of trial and error.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 pleasure and please ignore all the tired and obvious George Formby jokes which do wear a bit thin if you 'fess up' to playing a uke.For the record he actually played a banjolele.
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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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Excited, yet a bit disappointed as well. 3 May 2011
By MikeG
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I'm an amateur uke player, and was very thrilled to get my hands on this little baby. I'm a huge fan of Slash, a well-known Gibson Les Paul user, and I decided to give into my fanboy instincts. Did I make the right decision? In a way. I'm now in that purgatory that some Amazon users call "maybe I got a dud".

Knowing that Mahalo's pretty big in the business, I expected a quality piece. Which I did get, to some extent. It's a sturdy as a uke can be, a pretty decent replica of the original Les Paul, goes out of tune pretty slow (been playing for almost a day now, only tuned it twice, before I started) and is quite the looker. Going a bit up, more exactly the pegs' area, it's got geared tuners/pegs, which is alright. However, these are a cheap style of pegs, and this is my main issue: the plastic heads are extremely cheapish-looking, and the peg itself is very unstable. No matter what screws you tighten (and therefore risk the sound quality or even the instrument as a whole), two of them are still loose. Check out the video for the rest.

How does this issue affect the instrument on the long run? I have no idea. It's a budget uke, excelent for a beginner (strings could be replaced, they stop stretching completely after 10 days or so), but I will most likely be sending it back upon discussing this with the seller. I will keep you posted.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a cool uke 22 July 2013
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If you like this style don't hesitate, the price point from this seller is outstanding; the finish is great.

All Ukuleles take a while to settle while the strings stretch, pull them outwards and keep retuning, it may take a few days before it hold tune even slightly.
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