Worldwide musical instrument trade distributor John Hornby Skewes & Co. Ltd. is delighted to announce four rocking new electric ukuleles under the Vintage and Laka by Vintagebanners.
The Vintage VUKE1 (UK RRP 49.99) is a nylon-strung soprano model with eastern poplar body, set maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and bridge, plastic nut, 15 frets, piezo pickup, Volume and Tone controls, open geared machine heads and a Gloss Sunburst finish.
The Laka by Vintage VUV2 (UK RRP 119.00) is a steel-strung concert ukulele with basswood body, maple bolt-on neck, ebony nut, 18 frets, single coil and piezo pickups, Volume, Tone and Pickup Blend controls, die-cast covered machine heads and a Satin Sunburst finish.
The Laka by Vintage VUVS6 (UK RRP 89.99) and VUV100 (UK RRP 109.00) nylon-strung concert instruments feature mahogany bodies, set mahogany necks, 18 frets, ebony nuts, piezo pickups, Volume and Tone controls and die-cast covered machine heads. The VUVS6 includes an acacia top and Satin Transparent Red finish, while the VUV100 comes with a Satin Sunburst finish. The three Laka electric ukes are equipped with 3.5mm MP3 and headphone sockets.
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