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Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele Natural 

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Overview

  • Arched mahogany body
  • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
  • Includes nickel/silver frets and abalone position marker dots
Description & Specs
  • MSRP:
    $109.95
  • Your Savings:
    - $34.95
  • Your Price:
    $7500

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      The deepest voice of the Ukulele family.

      The Mahalo U-320B has the deepest voice of the ukulele family. It's perfect for Hawaiian music and any type of folk music where a mellow, rich, and sympathetic-toned instrument is required. It's easy to play and easy to learn chords on the Baritone Ukulele.

      The big, responsive tone of the U-320B is a result of quality construction and a sound chamber made of select mahogany with an arched back. The rosewood fingerboard and bridge offer beauty and durability while the gold-plated friction tuning pegs add a touch of class.

      A sturdy gig bag is included with each Mahalo U-320B Baritone Ukulele.

      Features

      • Arched mahogany body
      • Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
      • Includes nickel/silver frets and abalone position marker dots
      • Equipped with gold-plated friction tuners
      • 20.1" scale length
      • 18 frets
      • Natural finish
      • Includes gig bag

      Enjoy this great-value baritone ukulele. Order today.

       
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      MahaloU-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele
       
      3.8

      (based on 5 reviews)

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      of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

      Reviewed by 5 customers

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Nice. Starter bari.

      By Mom

      from Cheyenne

      About Me Novice

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Tone
      • Holds Tone

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Backup

        Comments about Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele:

        good starter Baritone. versatile tuning.

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        (7 of 8 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        gtreat instrument

        By collie

        from windsor ontario canada

        About Me Novice

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Great Tone Looks Great

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • At Sweet String Practices

        Comments about Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele:

        this si the perfect instrument to have fun with and play with a group of violins, and dulcimers

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        (3 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Do not get this ukulele!

        By Har19951

        from Fremont, Nebraska

        About Me Experienced

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              Comments about Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele:

              This ukulele has not satisfied me for a couple very important reasons... The very first and MOST important reason is that I have ordered it twice because the D string keeps ripping out of the bridge after tuning it once ... The second reason is the quality of the strings are not very good, both times I have played this specific model the strings have completely un-tuned themselves .. I would not recommend this product to any ukulele player.

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              (11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Mahalo Baritone - Good Solid Wood Uke

              By Fred Apstein

              from Victoria BC, canada

              Comments about Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele:

              Sounds good, plays easy, looks quite presentable. I'd buy another or reccomend it to a friend.
              Very simple, but it has good geared tuners, compensated bridge, and solid wood body
              For the price, excellent.
              Hard to do better for the price

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              (26 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Inexpensive Bari Ike does the job

              By Donald Knott

              from California

              Comments about Mahalo U-320B Deluxe Baritone Ukulele:

              At this price point the Mahalo 320B is a clear winner, with some caveats. Mahalo is a company where the phrase "Specifications subject to change without notice." has real meaning. Close observers will note that the instrument in the photograph shows plainly an instrument with geared tuners (the knobs stick out to the sides of the peghead). The specifications lists "gold-plated friction tuners." How your instrument arrives may well be luck o' the draw. Neither option is a deal breaker.
              Mahalo manufactures (not crafts) a huge number of instruments very rapidly. This shows in the little fits and finishes. The friction tuners may arrive with their set screws set a tad too loose. That is easy to fix. Even when set at the perfect balance point between "easy to turn," and "holds firmly" friction tuners have a little learning curve, they take a little practice in order to nail the pitch efficiently. If your instrument comes with machine tuners you'll find that it takes a lot of turns to bring a slack string up to tension, but it is very easy to dial the pitch in. You may find however that the screws holding the tuners to the headstock need to be a little tighter. If so, do this very gently. A ham fisted approach could easily strip the screw holes, and you would be forced to shift to friction tuners.
              One variable specification that would be a deal breaker is the bridge saddle. I bought my 320B at a local brick-and-mortar after playing the display model hanging on the wall. The owner gave me a fresh-in-the-box instrument to take home. The instrument on the wall had a compensated saddle, the one in the box did not. The instrument in the photo appears to show a compensated saddle. If yours arrives with the straight saddle send it back, it will not play even remotely in tune even as low as the fifth fret. The saddle is glued in and cannot be cost-effectively replaced. My brick-and-mortar proprieter swapped me even and made me happy.
              As a member of the Mahalo 320 series of instruments this bari is a little bare bones in appearance. There is no binding, the bridge is slotted, not pinned flattop-style or tied clasical-style. The rosewood fingerboard is smooth and clean with simple pearloid position markers on the face and edge.
              At this very modest price point it is unlikely that you will find a better instrument, and could easlily find worse.
              The modest price and easy playability make this bari a good value for anyone desiring the lowest voice in the uke family.

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