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Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic/Electric Ukulele Review

Epiphone Les Paul Acoustic/Electric Ukulele Review

The Les Paul is one of the most iconic looking guitars that the world has ever known. Rock stars and blues men alike have enjoyed the classic look. Epiphone decided to bring that same style to ukuleles and the result ...

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Ohana TK 20CE Tenor Ukulele Review

Ohana TK 20CE Tenor Ukulele Review

Steven O. Sellers If you are looking for a quality tenor uke with modern electronics but the sweet vibe of a vintage mahogany ukulele, the Ohana TK 20CE may be what you are searching for. By they way,”Ohana” means “family” ...

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Lanikai LU-21CE Concert Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Review

Lanikai LU-21CE Concert Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Review

The wide range of ukuleles available online can make it difficult for you to make a decision on which one to purchase. There are several things you need to keep in mind, most importantly the price and your playing experience. ...

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Cordoba 20TM-CE Acoustic Electric Tenor Ukulele Review

Cordoba 20TM-CE Acoustic Electric Tenor Ukulele Review

When learning to play the ukulele, it is important that you have a quality instrument in hand. Playing any instrument for the first time is difficult, but buying a top-notch model solves some of the problems faced by newbies. The ...

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Lanikai Acoustic Electric Baritone Ukulele Review

Lanikai Acoustic Electric Baritone Ukulele Review

Want a uke with a bit more oomph? Well let’s look at the Lanikai acoustic electric baritone ukulele! It may seem that it’s not for everyone but question is: Will it be to your liking? Read on and find out more about this uke. ...

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Electric Ukulele – Plug it in Baby!

Electric Ukulele – Plug it in Baby!

The electric ukulele is a curious, yet fun, small instrument that is getting more popular every year. Like the name indicates the electric ukulele is just like a regular uke, but electrically amplified. So as a standard uke the electric ...

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