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  • #2672
    PizzaChunkie24

    Hey, Guys!
    My Brother bought me a Ukulele from a professional ukulele shop, but it costs just 8.99 pounds, and I think that’s very strange, and I ask you to have a look at it and then decide between yes and no. Here’s the Link: https://www.gear4music.com/Guitar-and-Bass/Ashton-Union-Jack-Concert-Ukulele/17UQ I think it looks very good because it’s from a professional shop, but just 8.99£? The last one I bought was a 5£ ukulele from China ( https://ukuworld.com/community/t/5-ukulele-from-china-yes-or-no/ ) and was just a fail, and now this one. I’m not sure.
    Thank you for helping.
    Pizza

    #2752
    Jonas

    TBH I think that everything below the $15 – $20 range is not playable on a hobbyist level. It might be fun to pluck a few strings or strum one or two chords, but that’s it. I wouldn’t waste my money.

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