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    hi, i’m looking for my third ukulele. i was wondering if anyone knew any good brands or types of ukulele that have a reasonable price, possibly in the 60-100$ range?

    currently, i have a diamond head that was about $80, and a hilo that was about $160.


    my ukulele is a Ranch (concert size). it was on amazon for around $50 and i am very very happy with it!


    i secound the ranch! it’s a really good quilatie for really cheap!


    Hi! My mom bought me a concert ukulele the other day for about $50. The brand is called Lohanu and when you buy the set I got, you get a tuner, a new set of strings, two picks and a pick holder, and a strap. My mom got mine at a retail store, but you can get it on Amazon too. I definitely recommend it.

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