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Epiphone Masterbilt UKE-500M Mahogany Ukulele
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If you've got the urge to play serious ukulele, then this stunning model from Epiphone's Masterbilt Collection will serve you well. Carefully crafted...Click To Read More About This Product
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If you've got the urge to play serious ukulele, then this stunning model from Epiphone's Masterbilt Collection will serve you well. Carefully crafted from solid mahogany, the body is expertly joined to the mahogany neck with a sturdy dovetail joint. Pearl dot inlays adorn the rosewood fingerboard. Nickel hardware. 13-5/8" scale; 1-3/8" nut width.
- Solid mahogany top
- Solid mahogany body
- Mahogany neck
- Dovetail neck joint
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Pearl dot inlay
- Nickel hardware
- 13-5/8" scale
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After seeing Joe Brown on the DVD of the Concert for George, I decided to try out a ukelele. One week later I am hooked.Although it looks like a toy, this is the real McCoy. The ukelele itself is very neatly constructed with a very playable neck, nicely set frets, and a very snug feel. The sound is surprisingly rich - remember to strum across the 12th fret, not the sound hole.As a bonus, it also comes in a very nice case with a humidity meter.The only slight issue was the C string kept slipping out of tune. However, this was quickly remedied by tightening the machine head/peg.I definitely recommend.
This is a Chinese-made uke that provides exceptional value for the money. It's well-crafted, loud and resonant, very easy to play, and gives you a lot of bang for your buck. It's pretty much a plain Jane, appointment and trim-wise, but that's the whole idea of a uke in the first place. I bought mine on a whim, just to see what they were like. It's a keeper. One thing I had a bit of a struggle getting used to was the shallow-profile (front-to-back) neck. Now that I am used to it, though, it doesn't bother me at all.