The Mahalo Economy line of high-quality ukuleles is so affordable it can bring the joys of making music to everyone! The Mahalo U-200 Soprano Ukulele uses select mahogany for body, neck fingerboard an... Read More
The Mahalo Economy line of high-quality ukuleles is so affordable it can bring the joys of making music to everyone! The Mahalo U-200 Soprano Ukulele uses select mahogany for body, neck fingerboard and bridge. The nickel-plated tuning pegs offer smooth, accurate tuning. There's no better time to take up the Soprano Ukulele and there's no better value than the U-200 Ukulele from Mahalo.
Includes a gig bag.
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I am a music therapy student and needed to start adding the ukulele voices to my repertoire. I got this little uke with a gift card I received from a private lesson student. Honestly it sounds great. Very warm tone, yet articulate enough to still pluck through different melodies. The only downside is that it doesn't project very far at all. You can soothe a small room with few people with your lovely music, but I wouldn't take this to a bar/open mic night unless you had proper mics. However music therapy is usually one on one or within a small group so this is perfect for my needs. So if you are looking to perform I'd saying paying something in the 70-80 range at least. But if you're just looking to play with some friends or for a small group of people I would definitely recommend this instrument.
I bought this little guy just for fun and to take with me on vacation. Between a 15% off sale GC was having on ukuleles and a $10 gift card I had, it was only 20 bucks. For that price, I wasn't expecting a lot at all... But much to my surprise, it's a really nice playing and sounding instrument. In terms of fit and finish, the body is very nice. The fretboard has some rough edges. No burrs on the frets themselves, but the edges of the fingerboard could use a little sanding. If you're an aesthetics person and you're expecting the friction-style tuners with the tuning pegs on the back of the headstock and not sticking out to the side, don't count on that. The one they shipped to me is not like the photos and has geared tuners with the pegs sticking out the side. I figure that's a plus though, because I suspect the geared tuners are more stable. They've also got little dolphin figures on the base plates, so that's pretty. The headstock itself and the neck are very nice and comfortable to play. The Nubone nut and bridge saddle are nice features for such an inexpensive instrument. The intonation on mine is nearly perfect. I probably won't bother to do much adjustment. The string height is just fine down low where I expect to do most of my playing. The action gets a little higher towards the bridge end. Not sure how standard that is on ukuleles, so I'll see if it presents any problems down the road. The gig bag it comes with is serviceable. I'll use it, but mostly because I can't see paying more for a case than I did for the instrument. Maybe I'll keep my eyes open for a sale... The instructional DVD it comes with is friendly and helpful for someone getting started. Again, a really nice plus for the price.
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