- I do not know what country it was made (China?)
- Fixed Bridge rosewood.
- 12 frets
- Pre-amp B-Band U1.5T, 1 tone, 1 volume, 1 button to check the battery.
- 1 output jack
- Integrated Tuner.
- Solid cedar
- Back and sides Rosewood
- Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
- The handle is very nice, smooth, it glides like a skating rink.
- It tends to nose dive, but the ergonomics are perfect for a Ukulele is very light!
-The last string is accessible enough to be that it is not finger lumberjack ... it is a ukulele.
- At the acoustic sound is soft, warm ... the sound you expect from a real ukulele.
- When the preamp is used, it is less clear, the sound is too bright, too sharp, you really lowered the tone by half compared to neutral, to have a proper sound ... but better put a microphone in front if you really want to have the sound of ukulele recording.
I use it for almost one year, I'm not necessarily looking for a very good model, just a playable model compared to the first price that is too often unplayable and only serve as decor! So I did not try several models.
-What I like the most is the ease of playing chords, sound (acoustic) excellent wood quality, especially the rosewood is beautiful.
-What I like least, firstly it finishes the installation of the pre amp and jack ... which are simply unworthy of the rest, it seems that it was cut from the big circular saw, non filed down edges ... it does not necessarily see from the outside, but when you look inside it is obvious.
I also love the sound of less pre-amp, as mentioned above.
But the worst thing is the built-in tuner that has left me after 6 months ... I thought the batteries were empty, but after having changed, it refuses to work ... fortunately the preamp works!
-Level value, I find correct, it would have been great with a pre-amp and a decent tuner.
-With the experience I may have picked up the same model, but without preamp.
For these reasons I take 4 points from my overall opinion ... it's a shame he deserved 8 or 9 out of 10 without it.