Green is the color of our planet’s lungs. Breathe musical life into your atmosphere with the Flight DUC380 Jade Concert Ukulele. Green will be the color of envy when others see this amazing instrument. As intimate as a quiet forest or as open as the Savannah, this uke is an instrument you won’t want far from your side.

This ukulele is a concert size instrument, which means you can strum or finger pick with ease and let it sing. There’s a reason why many people buy concerts and that is the happy medium it brings between devoted strummers of the soprano and Hawaiian finger pickers. This instrument has the tools and wisdom to do both.

Specifications:

Body

  • Body Shape: Concert (17 frets)
  • Top: Laminate Mahogany
  • Back & Side: Laminate Mahogany
  • Bridge: Walnut


Neck

  • Neck: African Okoume
  • Fretboard: Walnut
  • Nut & Saddle: Bone
  • Nut Width: 35mm
  • Strings: Aquila Nylgut


Other

  • Position Markers: 5th, 7th, 10th, 12th and 14th frets.
  • Premium Features: Arched back, Die-Cast Geared Tuners, Laser Engraved Rosette, Aquila Super Nylgut Strings, Side Dots.
  • Free padded gigbag and instructional booklet included!

            MPN: 322767

            UPC: 888680976163

            ConditionBrand New (New)
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            Brand
            Model
            • Flight Gemstone Series Jade Concert Ukulele 322767 888680976163
            Finish
            • Mahogany
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