ABS-body composite / fiberglass
Solid maple neck-
Easel-bubinga with bridges polycarbonate
Strings-Hilo black nylon
Built-in connecticut, United States
=> Ukulele in the original form, with a plastic container (polycarbonate), a solid wood table, the serious mechanical, a maple neck / fingerboard plastic THINK WELL, WELL AND FINISH STRONG!
Channel well finished with a touch of plastic precise and fun to play.
Ergonomics-which facilitates the handling and access to acute.
-The action is very pro: low enough without curling, which makes its use easy.
-The form can also place it in an upright position, which is very convenient.
The well-mechanical hold the agreement.
Tone-clear and well balanced.
I use it for a little over a month now:
It is a well thought Ukulele modern, well finished, ideal for quick play just anything you want and be able to progress to higher level.
I tried a few other more classical models in store, without having really been convinced, especially at the strings that are often too high and that seemed mechanical at times a little "light".
Features that I like most:
The all-thoughtful, well constructed, well finished ... we are pleased very quickly!
Feature that I like least:
-Let it not be pre-equipped with a micro / electro-acoustic (but you better play with a good acoustic instrument amplified well using a electro-acoustic).
=> There is a little expensive (the price of quality), but this is a very valuable and that seems sustainable.
With experience, I recommend it highly, and for me I became a fan of this brand, Bravo Company The Fluke!