Billie Eilish Uke - Walnut Fingerboard - Black

LIMITED QUANTITIES AVAILABLE As soon as she burst onto the scene with her 2015 single “Ocean Eyes”, it was clear that Billie Eilish is a force to be reckoned with. In the years since, she has established herself as a new kind of pop culture icon, taking the fashion and music industries by storm on her own terms. Billie’s meteoric ascent to pop stardom started with the ukulele, the first instrument she learned to play. Designed in collaboration with Billie Eilish, her Signature Ukulele is a stage-ready instrument that embodies Billie’s bold, unmistakable style. This concert ukulele is built with sapele top, back, and sides, featuring a matte black finish with Billie’s “blohsh™” symbol. It also includes a Fishman Kula preamp for those looking to plug in. Whether you’re an experienced musician or looking to pick up your first instrument, one thing is true: you can play anything on the ukulele.


  • Body: Sapele
  • Body Finish: Satin
  • Fingerboard: Walnut
  • Hardware Finish: Nickel
  • Neck Finish: Satin Urethane
  • Pickguard: None
  • Position Inlays: White Dot
  • Body Shape: Concert Ukulele
  • Neck Material: Nato
  • Scale Length: 15" (381 mm)
  • Fingerboard Radius: Flat
  • Number of Frets: 16
  • String Nut: Bone
  • Nut Width: 1.375" (35 mm)
  • Bridge: Walnut pull-through
  • Tuning Machines: Sealed Nickel
  • Strings: Aquila® Nylgut® Concert

Condition: Brand new, in original box, with full warranty.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Billie Eilish Signature Concert Ukulele
Finish
  • Walnut
Categories
Made In
  • Indonesia

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