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Kala KA-S Soprano Mahogany Ukulele
- Great Quality
- Rich Satin Mahogany Finish
- Full-Bodied Tone
- Chrome Die-Cast Tuners
- Traditional White Binding
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You know you want a uke! Who can resist the laid-back vibe of these slim little four-stringed strummers? And whether you're new to the ukulele or you're a seasoned player, you'll appreciate the high quality and amazing bang for your buck you get with a Kala ukulele. These are simply gorgeous instruments that sound and play like much more expensive, one-off, boutique-grade ukes.
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I have three ukuleles now. One is an Oscar Schmidt OU3 concert and the other is a mango Fluke. The fluke is much deeper and louder. This Kala ukulele manages to remain delicate and still project it's sound well. It's hard to tell you what I appreciate about this ukulele without bringing emotion into it. But I'm going to try to explain.
If I were knocking around with a friend who had an acoustic guitar then I would grab my Fluke. If I were singing with a group of kids I would grab my Fluke. It's loud, fun, and looks cool.
If I were posing for a picture I would grab my Oscar Schmidt because it looks beautiful. That's mostly what it's good for. Nothing wrong with that. It really is a pretty concert ukulele.
However, if i'm going to sit in the front lawn by myself under the moonlight and pitch a ballad out there this Kala is the ukulele I'm taking. If I'm singing to my wife, this Kala is the ukulele I'm using. Do you know what that means? It means that this ukulele is special.
* Fret ends nicely dressed – no sharp corners exposed
* Nice fit and finish – nothing's even slightly crooked, no blemishes, and the binding and wood finishes are very smooth and consistent
* Nice smooth machine heads – equal resistance across all four, and they're accurate, more than anyone will need for a uke
* Label inside doesn't try to hide what it is: a cheap, well made instrument
* Only that this is likely to be a first instrument, so a simple tuning guide would help. Not a real criticism.
I've never played ukulele before, but I've been playing guitar for a while so I know how an instrument should feel. The laminate body on this instrument almost gives it a "cheesy" tone, but nothing wholly off-putting that the casual listener should be freaked out by.
Since I'm used to playing steel-string guitars that are almost always in tune, the "breaking-in" period on this ukulele was incredibly annoying. I would hear the strings fall out of tune as a chord resonated, and this problem lasted for about a week. Only now, after almost a month of regular playing, does this uke stay in tune for an acceptable period of time.
There are some weird issues with the frets -- the C string never sounds right when pressed to the second fret, but it's not a big deal to me, since I'm just a teenage girl playing stupid pop songs in her backyard.
All in all, if you're trying to learn how to play the uke, and you're buying something in this price range online, then yeah, this is a good purchase.
All in all, this beautiful little uke, and the book, made my night. And I look forward to the challenge of getting really good at it! It's small enought to take everywhere!