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Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Blue

Item# UP1S BLU

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Black

Item# UP1S BLK

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Pink

Item# UP1S PNK

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Purple

Item# UP1S PUR

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Red

Item# UP1S RED

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Soprano Ukulele - Yellow

Item# UP1S YLW

$59.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play, suitable for ages 4 and up, and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Yamaha® Guitalele - Natural

Item# GL1

List: $141.00Shar: $99.99

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The GL1 is half guitar, half ukulele and 100% fun! A unique mini 6-string nylon guitar that is sized like a baritone ukulele (17” scale) and plays like a nylon-string classical guitar in standard tuning pitched up to “A” (or up a 4th) at A/D/G/C/E/A. Natural color. Includes gig bag. Made in Indonesia.

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Black

Item# UP1C BLK

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Blue

Item# UP1C BLU

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Green

Item# UP1C GRN

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Kohala Tiki Painted Concert Ukulele - Black and White Checkerboard

Item# UP1C CB

$74.99

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Developed in Hawaii in the late 19th century, the ukulele descended from small Portuguese guitars and was extremely popular until World War II. Experiencing a strong revival in the 1990s, the "uke" today is once again popular in the United States, and especially in Canada, where it has seen tremendous growth in schools. Today, its popularity is growing rapidly with a myriad of folk and traditional music ensembles. This small, four string instrument is easy to learn to play and extremely affordable, promising fun for everyone!

Fluke Concert Ukulele - Walnut - Made in USA by TKL

Item# FLUKE

$215.00

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This non-traditional take on the ukulele features a unique composite construction of wood and injection molded thermoplastic. The combination of wood soundboard and acoustically resonant thermoplastic body yields a musical instrument with full, bright tonal qualities. It's comfortable to hold, tremendously durable, and stands up on its end! Great for travel, adventure, or music class. The concert Fluke has 15.5" scale length, 15 frets and overall length of 23 inches. Features a solid walnut neck and laminate walnut top, an injection molded thermoplastic body and polycarbonate fretboard. Strung with D'Addario Nyltech Strings. 

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