SNAIL Concert Ukulele - Striped Ebony with EQ - Aloha City Ukes
SNAIL Concert Ukulele - Striped Ebony with EQ - Aloha City Ukes
SNAIL Concert Ukulele - Striped Ebony with EQ - Aloha City Ukes
SNAIL Concert Ukulele - Striped Ebony with EQ - Aloha City Ukes

SNAIL Concert Ukulele - Striped Ebony with EQ

Regular price $279.00 $0.00

This is a great little Snail concert acoustic/electric ukulele. It's got a striped ebony body with a snail shaped soundhole and a small soundhole on the side of the uke projecting up to you as you play. It also comes with a built in tuner and EQ so you can plug it in.

 Snail ukuleles have been one of the best surprises that we have come across. They make consistently great ukes that really sound, play and look great. We have already added a couple to our family collection. The neck on the Snails is nice and thin and very fast playing. The strings are also super smooth and it's just as easy to play stuff on the 12th fret as it is the 1st through 3rd. While they have the full length scale, they are just a little bit smaller overall than other instruments in their class, which a lot of people like. 

On a side note, I have been to hundreds of guitar and ukulele factories over the years and as crazy as it may seem you can tell a lot about an instrument manufacturer by the box that they ship their instruments in. The boxes that the Snails come in are some of the best out there. Super thick and very well made in order to protect something that is also very well made. 

All Aloha City Ukes are inspected, conditioned, polished and set up as necessary.  Most of our manufacturers inspect the ukes and set them up before we get them, however if they need extra attention from changes in climate or anything else,  we always address it before it goes out. We can also add a strap button for an additional $8.00 or do a Low G string conversion for $5.00. As always, I don't send anything out that I wouldn't want to play myself. Aloha !!  

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