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Ibanez Ibanez UEW20SG Ukulele EW Style Concert Spalted Mango
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The UEW20SG Cutaway Concert Ukulele from Ibanez is a sweet-toned, nylon-stringed instrument with the luxurious Hawaiian tonewoods and is built to sta...Click To Read More About This Product
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Sounds of the islands, produced with beautiful spalted mango woods, priced for anyone to own.
The UEW20SG Cutaway Concert Ukulele from Ibanez is a sweet-toned, nylon-stringed instrument with the luxurious Hawaiian tonewoods and is built to stand the test of time.
Built in the Concert style and size, the Ibanez ukulele features a luxurious spalted mango wood body, and presents warm ukulele sound with satisfying low- and mid-range tone.
The rosewood bridge and fretboard provide clear sustain. The chrome Grover open-gear tuners offer precision tuning and keep the ukulele in key. Dressed in a natural high-gloss finish, and featuring an abalone rosette around the soundhole, the UEW20SG concert uke's natural beauty shimmers through, making it a 4-string of incredible looks and unmatched tone.
The ukulele originated in 19th-century Hawaii. It gained great popularity in the U.S. during the early 20th century, and from there spread internationally. Ibanez ukuleles bring the rich, textured sounds of Hawaii (and more) to your fingertips.
Body shape: Concert with EW cutaway
Body: Spalted mango
Tuners: Chrome Grover open-gear
Bridge and fretboard: Rosewood
Finish: Natural high-gloss
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I am mostly a bass, and guitar player. My step-mom has been talking about wanting a ukulele for a while now, so my dad and I looked here. This is the first one that caught our collective eyes, and we read every review, and knew this would be the one she would be getting for Christmas. I have been playing it for about a week to break in the strings, to get it to keep tune, which is somewhat hard with the fluorocarbon strings, but it seems to be keeping tuning much better as of late.I have never played a ukulele before, but from right when I picked it up, I haven't been able to put it down; it is so easy, and fun to pick up and play. It's finish isn't that close to the products picture, but the one we got is beautiful. The sound is amazing. This thing can really belt it out for being so small. The intonation is spot on, and the action is very comfortable.I have been mostly a Fender man, myself, but most of my musician friends trust Ibanez, and after playing this thing, I definitely trust Ibanez. I am in the market for a fretless bass, and now I will definitely consider Ibanez to fill that spot when I get the money.No matter who you are, if you want a new (or first, for that matter) instrument to play, this is it; I know this is going to be the best Christmas present anyone can get.
I've owned this uke for more than a month. It's a beautiful looking instrument and it sounds great. Other ukulele players like mine more than their own. It has a full sound and is easy to play. I changed the strings within a week for a good set of Aquilas. They made a HUGE difference. Once you stretch them out and get them to stay in tune, there is no comparison. I love this instrument.
I was so amazed by the quality of this instrument. Everywhere I go I get compliments on it's beauty and tone. The stock strings are actually pretty good. I didn't feel the need to switch them out for a while. When I did, I put some Aquila's on it, and woah! Stick those on, and all of the beauty will come out in the sound. If you want a fab uke for a descent price, go for this one.
I bought this ukulele for my 15 year-old daughter, about a week ago, and she LOVES it! She teaching herself how to play. She is crazy about the wood design. It is a great sounding uke. In time we will purchase better strings for it, but for now I'm very pleased with the instrument.
I adore this ukulele. It's my first one, and I'd say it's a great experience. "Mr. Biscuit", (it's name), is wonderful. I take it everywhere with me and is still in very nice shape. Resilient. You definitely get what you pay for. Has wonderful sound, and I get lots of compliments on the resonater and look. It is a very good looking ukulele. Overall, there are no complaints anywhere. Doesn't stay in tune so well, but other than that it's great.
This is a beautiful little ukulele that I bought this month. What I really wanted was something that I love to hold that has furniture quality wood. And this uke is exactly that. The cutaway gives it a nice look as well. And the spalted mango is second to none aesthetically. The wood grain isn't as fancy as the model you see on all the sites, but mine is unique and beautiful nonetheless. It plays easily and, after the break-in period, seems to stay in tune pretty well. It has a mellow sound that's nice, but there's not enough volume. I tried some Flea Ukes that I like better for that. I don't think mic-ing this will be good enough for outdoor settings. I'll probably look into installing some kind of pickup or something. Either way, I LOVE THIS UKE.
great uke sounds expensive, came with aquila strings all ready on it.