*Pre-Order* Flight A10QM Quilted Maple Tenor Ukulele Anniversary Model - Solid Wood
This model is expected to arrive in November. We are taking pre-orders now as it will surely sell out.
The Flight A10 QM Aqua Blue Tenor Ukulele is a breathtaking instrument that sounds and plays as good as it looks. Featuring the highest grade quilted maple, the instrument is packed with features including an ebony fretboard, ebony bridge, and ebony comfort edge, a maple neck, a special 10th-anniversary headstock, abalone rosette and purfling, a pin bridge, Brazilian fluorocarbon strings, and an updated deluxe gig bag. Simply put, it is a ukulele you will pick up and never want to put down.
Flight Ukuleles is celebrating its tenth anniversary! Flight has decided to celebrate its tenth anniversary by releasing four amazing tenor ukuleles. While Flight is known for making high-quality, affordably ukuleles, these anniversary models represent a new frontier for the company—solid wood ukuleles individually crafted by a master luthier, with a level of craftsmanship, playability, and sound rivaling the finest ukuleles on the planet.
- Size: Tenor
- Top: Solid Quilted Maple
- Back & Sides: Solid Quilted Maple
- Neck: Maple
- Bridge: Ebony
- Fingerboard: Ebony
- Binding: Black
- Nut & Saddle: Bone
- Tuners: Gold Open Gear
- Overall Length: 26"
- Width: 9"
- Depth: 2.75"
- Strings: Flurocarbon
- Electronics: No
- Strap Button: No
- Case: Flight Carrying Bag
Flight A10Q Anniversary Tenor Ukulele
*All of our ukuleles are inspected and adjusted before they are shipped. Our goal is to provide you with a ukulele that is set-up for optimal playability on arrival. Our facility is meticulously humidified to maintain optimal humidity % for ukuleles to thrive in. We also partner with manufacturers that take pride in their work. Ukes are set-up and inspected prior to shipping to us so there's usually not much to adjust. However, climates and conditions can change during shipments and is why we inspect every instrument before we ship to you. We inspect things like...
Level frets, smooth fret ends, optimal string height at the 3rd and 12th fret, nut and saddle heights, conditioning of the fretboard, functionality of electronics and tuner (if applicable), tuning key function, neck buzz, and overall cosmetic appearance. As always, we don't send anything out that we wouldn't want to play ourselves. Aloha!!
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