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Gretsch Guitars Ukuleles

Ukuleles

Five limited-edition Grateful Dead models from Alvarez are available now-and only at Guitar Center. The travel-ready size is great to take on the road, and the easy playability can be enjoyed by anyone from ukulele beginners to pro guitarists. They're perfect for fans of the band or players who'd like a fun and colorful instrument.

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    Gretsch Guitars Root Series G9120 Tenor Standard Ukulele
    Your Price $129.0
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    Gretsch Guitars G9126-A.C.E. Guitar Acoustic-Electric Ukulele with Gig Bag
    Your Price $239.0
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    $222.27
  3. Gretsch Guitars Root Series G9121 Tenor A.C.E. Ukulele
    Your Price $219.0
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    $203.67
  4. Gretsch Guitars Root Series G9100 Soprano Standard Ukulele
    Your Price $99.0
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    $92.07
  5. Gretsch Guitars Root Series G9110 Concert Standard Ukulele
    Your Price $119.0
  6. Gretsch Guitars G9100-L Soprano Long-Neck Ukulele with Gig Bag
    Your Price $109.0
  7. Gretsch Guitars G9110-L Concert Long-Neck Acoustic-Electric Ukulele with Gig Bag
    Your Price $179.0
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    Gretsch Guitars Root Series G9110-SM Concert Deluxe Ukulele
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When you consider that Gretsch has been leading a manufacturer of stringed instruments since 1883, it's really no surprise that they also craft some of the finest ukuleles on the market today. In fact, they put the very same passion and intricate craftsmanship into their ukuleles as they do in everything else they construct. From soprano models to acoustic-electrics and even hybrids like the banjo-uke, Gretsch has a ukulele for anyone who has an appreciation for this traditional island instrument. So which uke is the right match for you? That can be better decided by understanding the characteristics of certain types. When a ukulele comes to mind for most people, they're probably thinking of a soprano since it's the most common size, and the Root Series G9100 Soprano Standard Ukulele also happens to be one of Gretsch's most popular models. Like all sopranos, it's very compact, and this one in particular has a beautiful laminated mahogany body and 2-piece mahogany neck for an excellent tone. Or, for something totally different, turn your attention to the Root Series G9470 Clarophone Banjo-Uke. Ideal for patio get-togethers and sunny days on the beach, this cute-as-a-button instrument displays solid modern craftsmanship while paying tribute to the company's innovative banjo models of the early 20th century. Sized like a concert ukulele, the Clarophone Banjo-uke produces a southern sound, while the maple plywood rim and resonator help to deliver a hefty amount of volume. Aside from these excellent uke models, Gretsch specializes in concert ukes (known for their warm sound and slightly larger body when compared to a soprano) and tenor models (often favored for their huge projection and long neck for playing higher notes). Truthfully, you'd benefit from checking out every ukulele that Gretsch has to offer. Whether you're an adventurous troubadour or an experienced festival performer, Gretsch has a perfect musical companion for you in this section.
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