Fender Venice Soprano Ukulele, Walnut Fretboard - Surf Green - Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
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Fender Venice Soprano Ukulele, Walnut Fretboard - Surf Green

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SKU: # 700895
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097-1610-557

Your Price: $99.99 CDN
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Inspired by the entertaining sights and unique, carefree spirit of Venice, California, Fender created a soprano ukulele that captures its vibe - the Venice Ukulele. Thanks to its compact, comfortable body size, the Venice travels easily from the beach to the studio or jam room while retaining the classic, light sound that made the ukulele a "must-have" for today's players.

The slim "C"-shaped neck profile is comfortable to hold and easy to play, while the no-tie bridge makes changing strings a breeze. A stylish bound top and 4-in-line Tele headstock adds a unique dash of Fender style that can't be duplicated.

Let all your cares drift out to sea, embrace the music of the boardwalk and live the beach life year-round with the Venice Ukulele.

Specs:
• Colour: Surf Green
• Body: Laminated Basswood Top, Back and Sides
• Body Finish: Satin
• Neck Material: Nato
• Neck Finish: Satin
• Scale Length: 13.6" (345 mm)
• Fingerboard: Walnut
• Fingerboard Radius: Flat
• Number of Frets: 12
• String Nut: Plastic
• Nut Width: 1.375" (35 mm)
• Bridge: Laminated Hardwood
• Hardware Finish: Chrome
• Tuning Machines: Open-Back Geared

Cute and works for my 5th grader who needs it for school music class1 of 3 customers found this review helpful

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Needs frequent tuning but apparently typical in all Ukuleles. Ours is surf green but in certain light conditions it looks like teal or baby blue. I actually compared it to the picture on the website and it does look like it. I find it expensive for a little instrument that has so few strings and so simple?!
Posted by PeonyGirl on Oct 1, 2019
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