4 Year Music Accident Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
- NO ADDITIONAL COST: You pay $0 for repairs – parts, labor and shipping included.
- COVERAGE: Plan starts on the date of purchase. Drops, spills and cracked screens due to normal use covered from day one. Malfunctions covered after the manufacturer's warranty.
- PRODUCT ELIGIBILITY: Plans cover products purchased in the last 30 days.
- EASY CLAIMS PROCESS: File a claim anytime online or by phone. Most claims approved within minutes. We will send you an Amazon e-gift card for the purchase price of your covered product. In some cases, we will replace or repair it.
Soprano Ukulele 21 inch Basswood Uke Instrument Gift for Beginners Kids with Carry Bag String Pick Strap
- BEST CARBON AQUILA STRINGS:Kmise ukulele with Aquila strings can not only create warm,bright and penetrating sound,but also easy to tune and keep in tune.
- WELL FINISHED FRETBOARD: Come with Smooth walnut fretboards on every side detail, you can roll over the frets and do not need to worry be scratched while playing the ukulele.
- ALL IN ONE:Soprano kid Ukulele&felt pick&cutton strap&replacement string&carry bag(main image gets wrong,No deer design sticker&No harmonica) all in one,you got more than your paid.
- A GREAT GIFT FOR KIDS - Music is the best friend of the child. Kmise kid ukulele with excellent sound, beautiful appearance and resonable price is the best birthday, Children's day or Christmas gifts for kids.
- Kmise responsible for every kid ukulele we sold and do our best to offer the best solution if your product has any problem.
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The Best Friends Of Children
Studies have shown that children exposed to music since childhood are more intelligent and outgoing than their peers.
Printed with cute elk and star patterns, Kmise 21-inch soprano ukulele is pretty light and beautiful,which is the best choice for giving your child the first instrumen.
Kmise Soprano Ukulele Detail
Chrome and Sealed tuner is more neat and tidy in appearance, Not only does it not easily rust and dust, but it also has better stability and sound effects.
Super smooth fretboard and manicured frets ensure you would not be scratched, make it safe to hold and play.Inlaid with classic dots.
Premium Aquila strings to create bright sound. ( Nylon strings take a certain amount of stretching before they settle down and hold their tune.)
Kmise pays particular attention to detail, the lower saddle is made of real bones, and the workmanship is exquisite.
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So I ordered the $26 (plus tax) plastic ukulele.
While I haven't yet done my full review, I have some pretty clear thoughts about the ukulele and wanted to share them with you.
Let's start with the price. It's $26. The best starter ukulele (in my opinion) is $55-$60 (I won't name it). In these times, that $30-$35 difference might be too much. So the price is right. I have shipped ukuleles to buyers across the country, and it probably costs Kmise/Amazon $10 to get the ukulele to you. So you're really getting it for $16 (or less!). That's a pretty good deal.
It's made of plastic. Quite a few ukuleles are, some that I love dearly. Others that I don't like so much. The closest example may be the Maccaferri of the 1950s and 1960s. Don't get me wrong...these Kmise models are NOT Maccaferri ukuleles. But they work as an instrument and sound okay. You can certainly start on one of these, and you could certainly buy one to use as a throw-away travel ukulele.
The action (string height) is nice and low. It plays in tune (strings are another matter...I'll get to that). It is shockingly plain (no Kmise logo on the outside or inside of the ukulele). It's light. And it's cheap.
It does have plastic tuners, but they work, and it doesn't seem like there is undue stress on them. There is absolutely a chance of failure of these tuners...they are made of plastic. But keep in mind that Graphtech, a major supplier for guitars and ukuleles, is making plastic planetary tuners that are being used in $500 ukuleles. And also keep in mind that generic metal tuners on eBay would set you back $10. Put another way, metal tuners would like add 1/3 of the price to the cost of the instrument, and the plastic tuners work, and also blend with the instrument. So I'm not opposed. I've played many plastic ukuleles that can't be tuned...this is not one of them.
What does become the greatest issue is the strings. They appear to be like Nylgut strings, but they are not...and they are just plain awful. If you're going to buy one of these, I strongly suggest other strings...my personal preference is Martin M600 strings...and changing the strings will be a bit more of a hassle for beginners as you have to tie them onto a tie bar bridge. Most plastic ukuleles come with a slotted bridge...including the old Maccaferri...but not this model. If this is your first ukulele, buy a string winder as well.
The ukulele also comes with a thin ukulele travel bad (super thin), a set of extra strings, and some plastic picks. I don't understand why companies keep including plastic picks with ukuleles...they just aren't used. People that use picks either use a felt or leather pick, or in the case of some fancy players who don't want to grow nails, a plastic thumb pick (and the thumb pick is rare). So basically, all of the add-ons are nice, but not necessary in any way.
If you're thinking about buying a ukulele, and don't want to put much money into it as you're starting...I think this is a safe way to go. You'll want new strings...and should probably buy two sets (you'll use them eventually), plus a string winder/clipper combination. You can buy a clip on tuner if you would like, but most of us have smart phones and there are a ton of good, free apps that can help you tune your ukulele. All that said, I would encourage these add-ons even for my most recommended beginner ukuleles, increasing their cost as well.
And there are TONS of "getting started" ukulele videos on YouTube...and you CAN learn ukulele without an in-person teacher. You can always take lessons later after you have mastered the basics.
The ukulele is a wonderful, happy, versatile instrument that seems custom-made for the situation we're facing as a country. If you have a little more money you might want to look at other models...but if you want to start playing without much initial cost...this will work, and then you'll have a "beater" to drag around when you move to your next ukulele.
My first one was a concert size and this one is a soprano. Like the first one, I was not expecting much in terms of quality since the price was very low compared to the other ones you can find. Again, I was surprised in a very good way!!!
The fretboard is smooth and nicely sanded with the actual frets finished and polished carefully. The paint/artwork is beautifully done too! My daughter was very happy when she got it!
While my first ukulele from Kmise was ready to play out of the box, this one needed a little bit of tuning (which was not a problem at all).
This one came nicely double boxed with not a scratch on the packaging itself. Also came with a basic carrying case which is more than adequate from the looks of it. Bonus is that it came with a free strap and an extra set of strings!!! Also came with a chord chart!!!
Again, the family is very happy with the order! Will surely look into Kmise brands for musical instruments before others!
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Used phone app to tune it, very durable plastic and my daughter loved the bright colour and has been playing with this all weekend...
For the price, it’s a must buy for any parent
Postal worker threw item at cement landing at front door, did not handle with Care, did not ring doorbell or knock at door.
Luckily item wasn't broken.