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Soprano

Soprano

$155.00

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06/29/2012
Joe Barkson
I used to own about 20 ukes, including several top-of-the-line models by Lanikai, Kala, Oscar Schmidt, Ibanez, and others. Then I bought my first KPK, a tenor, in June, 2011. It made me realize that the only things that matter are the sound and the playability. Since this realization struck me I have sold off most of my pretty (and expensive) ukes and now I only have seven - and four of them are KPKs.

You won't find a better sounding ukulele at any price. The all-solid construction is something you don't get at three times the price with most manufacturers. The unique finish they put on looks fantastic - not too shiny, not dull "satin" either. But it's the sound that sets these ukes apart. There is no way to describe it without a string of silly adjectives - you really need to hear it yourself.

As someone who has learned the hard (i.e. expensive) way, you can pay a lot more for a ukulele, but you won't find one that plays as well and sounds as great as a KPK.