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Martin Ukuleles

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When you're in the market for a ukulele, you'll want to go with a brand that has plenty of experience. With that in mind, you'd be hard-pressed to find a company that's got more knowledge and skill than C.F. Martin & Co. For almost two centuries they've been designing and producing stringed instruments. In the 1920s, they jumped on the ukulele building bandwagon and ever since their models have been favorites amongst amateur and professional musicians alike. Offering lots of options when it comes to size, specifications and price, Martin has a ukulele to suit every taste. So which Martin ukulele is right for you? It really comes down to personal preference. Before jumping into this section, it helps to know that there are 4 different ukulele sizes: soprano, concert, tenor and baritone. As you might've guessed, Martin specializes in each type, but if you're looking for an affordable instrument that's compact and produces a warm sound, check out the 0XK Soprano Ukulele. With its extremely portable lightweight design and appealing Hawaiian koa-like finish, this uke is great for both casual and concert settings. Or maybe you're searching for something with a deeper and darker tone - in which case, turn your attention to the Tenor KOA Natural Ukulele. Featuring a solid Hawaiian koa body and applied dovetail neck joint, this model offers a robust voice and top-notch volume capabilities. No doubt, if you're a musician that really wants to be heard, the Tenor KOA Natural Ukulele is the one for you. Built on a foundation of excellent craftsmanship and driven to provide the world's finest instruments to their customers, Martin has a uke to fit every style and background. So go ahead and take your pick - no matter which Martin ukulele you choose, you can be sure it's going to blow you away in terms of quality and sound.