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Folk & Traditional Instruments
Folk & Traditional Stringed Instruments
Diamond Head Soprano Ukuleles
From the very moment it was first seen being played on a Hawaiian shoreline, the soprano ukulele has been delighting anyone lucky enough to hear it ever since. Compact and easy to play, the ukulele is supposed to be enjoyed by all walks of life, so it shouldn't cost an arm and a leg to own one. Thankfully, Diamond Head soprano ukuleles exist. Beautifully crafted and amazingly affordable, these ukuleles are ideal for aspiring players, and their pleasant tone and feel is enough to impress even the most experienced performers.
For those who are new to the ukulele, you couldn't have picked a better place to kick off your musical journey; not only are soprano ukes the most common type of the uke family, but Diamond Head soprano ukuleles are available in a wide range of versions. If you're a guitarist who wants to transition to a ukulele, then the DU-150 Soprano Ukulele is right up your alley. In addition to its eye-catching maple body that's stained mahogany brown, the DU-150 has nickel-plated guitar-style 14:1 ratio tuning machines. It's also paired with a sturdy gig bag to ensure it's safely guarded everywhere you take it.
Another carefully-crafted Diamond Head Soprano Ukulele is the DU-200 Soprano Ukulele. From the select mahogany body and neck to its polyurethane finish and rosewood fingerboard, everything about this soprano ukulele will put a smile on the face of both players and listeners. It's also professionally set up with high-quality strings and comes with a stylish gig bag for secure travelling to and from beach parties, back porch get-togethers, or anywhere else you want to bring the music.
And these are only two examples of what awaits you in this selection of Diamond Head Soprano Ukuleles. For something totally different, feast your eyes on the DU-200P Pineapple Ukulele - it's shaped like its name suggests and its comfortable playability and soulful sound is enough to appease beginners and advanced ukulelists alike. When you get right down to it, Diamond Head soprano ukuleles are proof that anyone who has an interest in this historic Hawaiian instrument can buy a solidly-built model at a generous price.