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The UKC10 Concert Ukulele from Ibanez features a soprano style body, with a mahogany neck, Sapele body, open...
When Japanese guitar company Hoshino Gakki started to import guitars built by Spanish luthier Salvador Ibanez in 1929, they not only adopted his more Western-friendly name, but they were also rewarded with his ukulele-making skills. Since then, Ibanez became known worldwide for their unique ukulele designs and top-notch playability, and this catalog has a wide variety of options to bring your playing skills to the forefront.
So what Ibanez ukulele is right for you? There are many different models, including the popular UKC10 concert ukulele. Made with strong and beautiful tonewoods, this nylon-stringed instrument has a tone and look that perfectly embodies the spirit of the Hawaiian Islands. With its concert-style platform and size, the UKC10 has clear sustain and soaring lows and mids. Another big seller in this section is the UKS10 soprano model. Featuring a dark sapele body and an unmistakable warm sound, the UKS10's neck is smooth and easy to play, while the natural low-gloss finish complements the wood's beauty.
Now, for ukulelists who play in a band or regularly hit the stage, you'll be happy to know that Ibanez also constructs acoustic-electric ukuleles. Constructed of spalted maple, the UEW20SME has a concert EW cutaway on a concert-sized body, it's equipped with a UK-300T preamp, and also a 2-band EQ for adjusting the bass and treble. Additionally, this acoustic-electric ukulele includes a built-in onboard tuner, so you can sound great every time you're about to perform.
Whether you're relaxing in the park or soaking up the sun on a beach, the ukulele is a lightweight and portable solution to playing music anytime and anywhere. With that in mind, you can bet that a ukulele from Ibanez is crafted with the same passion and attention to detail that has made them a trusted name amongst musicians from around the globe.