Millar TA-240G All Solid Acacia Concert Ukulele #1020_01

Millar TA-240G All Solid Acacia Concert Ukulele #1020_01
SKU: 555566

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Excl. VAT: £332.50 Incl. VAT: £399.00


Check out the fantastic new Millar TA-240G all solid acacia concert ukulele. It's a really welcome treat, like a breath of fresh air, and I can't believe we've not been playing these beauties for years.

Millar have a family run workshop of builders in Taiwan and they're creating some awe inspiring instruments. They're completely pushing the limits of what you can expect from a ukulele at this price point. You get something that feels like a Pono, Big Island or Imua ukulele. The woods chosen and clear attention to detail really enhance these cracking little instruments.

The TA-240G is an understated concert ukulele made of solid acacia with a very refined high gloss finish, rosewood fingerboard and rosewood tie on bridge. The neck shape on the concerts is slim and very modern feeling with a 35mm nut width. Although there are not many cosmetic touches, the small finishes like the gold machine heads with wooden buttons and factory fluorocarbon strings go a very long way on an already superb ukulele.

Listing shows actual ukulele. All these Millar ukulele look unique enough that they need individual listings.

Solid acacia body
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
Tie on style bridge
Gold tuners with snakewood buttons
35mm nut width
Bone nut and saddle
Fluorocarbon strings

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