Eat My Uke

Below is a list of all the ukuleles I use to make my content. Most of the items on this list, I gathered over a long time. I started with humble beginnings using a knocked up ALDI ukulele and an iPhone 4s. Which goes to show, you don’t need incredible or expensive equipment to get started creating.

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Ukuleles

My one true love, my dearest friend, my fiercest alley. This ukulele has been with me for a very long time and, to be honest, I don’t see it going anywhere any time soon. 
 
I customised this instrument by painting it all blue, I soon realised this was a terrible idea. So I proceeded to sand the whole thing down. What remained was these unique looking blue tuning pegs. These are unique to me and do not come like that if you were to buy it yourself. 
Cosmetically, the ukulele is beautiful. It’s very well constructed and so it should be for a solid wood uke. 
 
Kala’s Doghair Collection is a ukulele throwback to the vintage Martin guitars built in the 1930s The bare-bones presentation is meant to replicate the time-honoured style of these distinguished guitars.  The Honduran Mahogany is given a thin finish to fill the grains and make them stand out.
 
Sound-wise, it gets better and better with age. Each time I play it, it melts easier and easier into my hands. This is a ukulele that is generally preferred by professionals but, it’s worth a punt if you can afford it.