Snail SUC-M1 Concert Ukulele Mahogany Free Snail Gigbag!

Snail SUC-M1 Concert Ukulele Mahogany Free Snail Gigbag!
SKU: 3660

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Excl. VAT: £132.50 Incl. VAT: £159.00
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Snail concert ukuleles never fail to impress. That's why this model of ukulele has been ranked one of our favourites in both 2017 and 2018. Snail ukuleles are consistently well make and deliver a sound quality that you'd expect from a ukulele three times this price. The whole range of SUC and SUT Snail ukuleles are world class. They're a safe choice of instrument for a customer buying without the luxury of playing the instrument first because these ukuleles are so dependable.

The sound from the laminate mahogany is strong, certainly one of the better laminates at this price, with good amounts of volume. The neck also feels very comfortable in the hand. Not only is it easy on the ears, but on the body too! If you want a step up or intermediate level instrument, this would really be worth a look.

Snail have been around only a couple of years but it seems that many players who previously had their heart set on a Kala, Ohana, Pono or the big brand alternatives have had their head turned time and time again by this plucky underdog.

Top, back and sides: Laminate mahogany
Fingerboard and bridge: Ebony
Gloss finish
Bone nut and saddle
String: Fluorocarbon high G
Nut width: 35 mm

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