Snail SUC-M3 Concert Ukulele All Solid Mahogany Gloss Free Snail Gigbag!

Snail SUC-M3 Concert Ukulele All Solid Mahogany Gloss Free Snail Gigbag!
SKU: 3661

Availability: In stock

Excl. VAT: £216.67 Incl. VAT: £260.00
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Snail have only been around for 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 by this plucky underdog.

One of our favourite models over the past couple of years, the Snail SUC-M3 Concert Ukulele is consistently well made with a sound and feel that could be mistaken for something three times the price. The whole range of SUC and SUT Snail Ukuleles are world beaters and this is a safe choice of when buying blind, without the luxury of playing the instrument first.

The all solid M3 Ukulele is a jump up from the well revered M1 laminate mahogany and M2 solid top models, sounding really luscious and full, with good amounts of volume. The neck feels very comfortable in the hand - so not only is it easy on the ears, but on the body too. This model is also suitable for those wanting to step up to an intermediate level instrument.

Top: Solid Mahogany
Back and sides: Solid Mahogany
Fingerboard & Bridge: Ebony
Saddle and nut: Bone
Gloss Finish
Strings: Clear Fluorocarbon High G
Nut width: 35mm


The listing shows a typical example and this model does not really vary much from to the other. If you would like to see photos of current stock please do get in touch and we will be happy to send some over by email.
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