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Color:Mahogany

When it comes to high-quality, dependable, and affordable musical equipment, look no
further than this Ellen Musical Instruments and our electric ukulele starter kit!


A traditional 23" concert ukulele, the smooth four string, rosewood fingerboard, finely
constructed mahogany body, fluid frets and non-abrasive nylon strings make it easy on
beginners hands, allowing you to adjust to the rigors of strumming at your own pace.

The sleek appearance is matched only by its amazing sound quality - far more than you
would expect from a typical beginner ukulele guitar! The small, light-weight body is
perfectly suited for on-the-go play, easily transportable and favored by travelers all around
the world.

Whether you're an electric guitar ukulele expert or taking your first foray into music, this starter"br" kit will provide you with everything you need to learn, perfect, and entertain friends and family"br" for year’s to come"br""br" Recognized as one of the easiest to learn instruments, this electric ukulele package is perfect "br"for beginners and comes with everything you need to get started, including:"br""br""b"♪ - 23" Concert Ukulele Electric amp; Acoustic With EQ"br" ♪ - Ellen 12mm Thick Padded Electric Ukulele Case / Gig Bag"br" ♪ - Spare Set of Nylon Aquila Electric Ukulele Strings Set (Italy)"br" ♪ - Electric Ukulele Strap + 3 Picks"br" ♪ - Suitcase Ukulele Amp"br" ♪ - AC Adapter + 9V Battery"br""br""br" Ellen Q580 EQ Specifications:"br" 5 Band EQ controls: Bass, Middle, Treble"br" Chromatic electric ukulele tuner with LCD backlight Screen"br" Power supply: 3V CR2032 X 2 (Included)"br" Low battery consumption"br"

Electric Concert Ukulele With Amp | 23" Acoustic-Electric Ukulel

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