Ukulele Banjos

Made famous by George Formby in the 1930-40s (and more recently given prominent use by the likes of George Harrison and Brian May), the four-stringed ukulele banjo – often nicknamed the 'banjolele' – is known for its small banjo-type body and a fretted ukulele-style neck. You'll generally achieve more volume playing a banjo uke than you would a standard ukulele, although the overall scale, tuning and playing experience is not dissimilar. A great choice for those looking to branch out and explore some subtly different sounds.

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Millar
Millar is our newest Ukulele brand here at SUS. Acacia, Cypress, Spruce and Mahogany ukes made in Taiwan - in our opinion they give the established names like Pono, KoAloha Opio, Eastman & Big Island a real run for their money...
Anaole
Ana'Ole Ukuleles are a bit of an open secret - Hawaiian made, affordable solid wood Ukuleles available in Mango or Koa flavours...
Snail S60
For under £500 - it really doesn't get more exciting than a Snail S60...
Flight
The Flight Electric Ukuleles have arrived and they are as cool as they are crazy! If you don't know what to get the player who has everything for Christmas then you could certainly do worse than check these out...