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Post: # 1406780Post plopswagon »

I didn’t know there’s an offset ukulele!

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I’d get it if it was a baritone uke
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Post: # 1412940Post paul_ »

I'd been looking at the Fender Fullerton Ukes (there are strat and tele versions too) before buying a uke recently but ultimately decided against it because they cost $200. It's a ukelele.
Fender can be dicks about them if they need to; not too long ago they gave Grace Vanderwaal a signature Fender Venice concert uke supplemented with a Fishman piezo/preamp scheme, but then when they gave Billie Eilish a signature uke they just took that one, put some pattern off her asshole tracksuit on it and charged an extra hundred. They're still selling both concurrently and hoping nobody notices.

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Aren't Ukes just the instrument version of Fidget Spinners doh?
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Post: # 1413119Post Ankhanu »

paul_ wrote:I'd been looking at the Fender Fullerton Ukes (there are strat and tele versions too) before buying a uke recently but ultimately decided against it because they cost $200. It's a ukelele.
$200 isn't terrible for a good uke... I'm not convinced Fender makes good ukes (specific models aside) ;)
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Post: # 1413126Post Nick »

Ankhanu wrote:
paul_ wrote:I'd been looking at the Fender Fullerton Ukes (there are strat and tele versions too) before buying a uke recently but ultimately decided against it because they cost $200. It's a ukelele.
$200 isn't terrible for a good uke... I'm not convinced Fender makes good ukes (specific models aside) ;)
Last time I thought about spending $200 on a uke it was one of these things

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/folk-tr ... IEQAvD_BwE

Saw one in Alto Music, it played and sounded very nice, but tbh looking at this thing again it’s quite corny, as is the Fender
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Post: # 1413130Post Thom »

My Dad really got into ukulele about 5 years ago after a lifetime of playing guitar. He joined a uke group and they have done loads of gigs (pre-COVID). He’s now got 3, including a baritone, and 2 of them are really nice (bought once he knew he was into it). I think probably in the £350 range, but I certainly wouldn’t pay for one of those Fender ones.
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Post: # 1413466Post mickie08 »

We use a fretless uke bass on acoustic gigs so its 2 acoustic guitars, the uke bass and all 3 of us singing. Love the sound of the uke bass (and need to grab out my actual uke and get up to speed on it)
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