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Stagg US10 Traditional Soprano Ukulele
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Suitable for beginners of any age, this ukulele offers a wonderful introduction to the instrument that is Sweeping through schools across the country - Now with NEW geared ukulele machine heads enabling easier tuning. For years children have almost naturally taken up the recorder or violin at school, however this is now being challenged by budding young ukulele players. Thousands of schools up and down the country are reporting the ukulele as a huge success in classrooms.
Top: nato Back & sides: basswood Neck: sepetir Headstock: nato Fingerboard & bridge: nato Tuners: geared pegs w/ plastic knobs Scale length: 349mm, (13.74 in.) Fingerboard dim. 177mm (7 in.), 12 frets Neck & head: 300mm (12 in.) Body: 240mm, (9.3 in.) Total length: 540mm, (21.25 in.)
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I'm having great fun with it. At first you might have problems with the Ukulele going out of tune quickly after tuning it. The strings need about a day to stretch out a little. After that the strings are fine.
Although the strings are fine, you can't really expect to have great strings for a low budget Ukulele. So I would recommend that you buy a set of new strings. This can change and improve the Ukulele a lot and you can enjoy much better sounds for only a small price. Personally, I have purchased a set of Aquila Nylgut Soprano Ukulele (key of C) strings which are recommended by a lot of people. They sell them for around £6 on amazon.
Advice for the beginners:
Bob Marley songs are easy to learn and great fun to sing along to.
Don't bother paying for Ukulele tuners, if you have an Android or an iPhone, I'm sure you can find some sort of free tuner app. I use "DaTuner" on my HTC. Otherwise, there are tuners online. ([...])
For reference - Estimate string frequencies for a tuned Ukulele:
G String (4th) - 392Hz
C String (3rd) - 262Hz
E String (2nd) - 330Hz
A String (1st) - 440Hz
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My Computer was making a horrible whirring song while recording and I made a worse one singing.
Like most others, I also changed the strings but for a £6 upgrade it's well worth it. Couldn't see the point of bedding-in strings which were never going to be great. Now that the Aquilas have settled, I enjoy playing this all the time.
BTW, I'm the one who supplied the pics of the "cut-up" instrument. It's not bc I'm potty, just that I was making a mini, travel version & the fingerboard & gears on this instrument are better & cheaper than those available as separate items. While I was sawing it up, I thought I'd snap the pics as I figured it'd be interesting to show how it's constructed - something most folk wouldn't ever see...
the reason i only gave it a 3 is because of the a combination of the thin wood used to make it and the tight string tention has resulted in the bridge, which is only screwed on with two small screws, being pulled out screws and all. i think that if i just stick it was a good wood glue then that will be problem solved.
i would recomend as a beginers uke and knowing what i know now id also recomend loosening the screws a little and squeeze some wood glue unger the bridge and refasten the screws. it would definitly hold the tention there after.
The strings stay in tune nicely (after the first few hours) and I love playing it. Definitely worth the money. A great starter uke.
* The ukulele has a nice tone, plays well and stays in tune. There are no frets which buzz or fail to play properly.
* It has geared tuning heads, which I find easier to use than the basic non-geared ones.
* The colour and general appearance of the ukulele are very nice -- it's much less garish than those painted Mahalo ones
* It came with a good case
* It has fretboard markers (at frets 5, 7, and 10 -- different to the guitar, but NOT a mistake). These are simply paper stickers, rather than proper inlayed markers, but will still provide assistance to beginners. It doesn't look like all the Mahalo ukes have these.
* The strings look and feel quite cheap, but generally stay in tune. As already mentioned, better quality replacements are not expensive.
* The build quality of my uke feels OK, but the screw on the back of the G tuning head was rather loose. I found that the G string stayed in tune better after I'd tightened it
* The action (i.e. the height of the strings above the fretboard) is quite high. On my uke there is a 4mm gap between the strings and the top of fret 12. From what I've read, ideally the action would be a bit lower than this. I am considering lowering the action myself (instructions can be found online).
I got mine from Manns Music -- I ordered it on Sunday night, and it arrived on Tuesday morning.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Detune spontaneously and nearly impossible to remain tuned for more than few minutes.
Poor sound quality.
lot of fret buzz and strings go out of tune quite a lot, not idea for strumming which is a shame. However if you want to dive stright into fingerpicking this uke is not bad i... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Josh Lloyd
Bought as a present for my son who is very musical. It's a lovely dark purple Ukulele, which comes in its own zip up nylon cover. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Gina S
The strings buzzed as the grooves in the nut were too deep. It was a present so I did not send it back and have put some PTFE tape to lift the strings as a temporary fix. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bluel39
This ukulele has changed my life! (for the better!) If you are a beginner looking to choose a ukulele and are umming and ahing about which one to choose - should you go for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by KeelyJohnson
Stagg are probably the best budget ukuleles although some suffer from playing sharp on lower frets. This can be off putting especially if you use an app like Yousician.Published 1 month ago by T. H. Davies
This ukelele looks like it was made by a child. The quality is terrible, unlike any other stagg product I've seen. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Toby