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Flea, Spruce
Spruce top Flea uke, American made


 
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Solid Adirondack Red Spruce top with hardwood fret board, solid walnut neck, bubinga bridge and adjustable saddle. See gig-bag and case options below.
base price: $364.00

total price with options: $364.00

Flea Scale Length choice

Soprano 14" : 14 Fret
Concert 15.5" : 15 Fret [+$14.00]
Peghed Tuner Upgrade

Upgrade to Peghed internally geared tuners [+$75.00]
Electronics

K&K:
K&K Soundboard Transducer [+$75.00]

K&K Aloha Twin:
K&K Aloha Twin pickup designed exclusively for Ukulele [+$110.00]

Mi-Si Preamp:
Mi-Si battery-free pre-amp [+$149.00]
Fret Markers

Side Fret Markers:
Fret Markers [+$15.00]
Player Sound Port

Player Sound Port [+$25.00]
Grip Strips

Grip Strips (professionally preinstalled) [+$4.00]
Cinch Sack Uke Soft Case

Cinch Sack Uke Soft Case [+$32.00]
Softshell Padded Uke Gig Bag

Soft Shell Gig Bag Navy [+$49.00]
Hardshell Case, TKL, Flea

Hardshell Case Flea [+$95.00]
Custom Notes

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This is the same high quality, quarter-sawn Adirondack Red Spruce we use in our violins. Lighter than the solid Koa, sound quality is bright and clear with lots of sustain. Well worth the upgrade for the ultimate in sound quality.

Accessories
Hardshell Case Flea/Firefly Clip-on Ukulele Electronic Tuner Strap for Fluke or Flea Cinch Sack For Flea, Fluke, Firefly & Solid Body
base price: $95.00

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hardshell, hard case, ukulele Snark Clip-On tuner, for ukulele fluke strap, flea strap, strap, ukulele, uke Cinch Sack For Flea, Fluke, Firefly & Solid Body

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Cannot go wrong December 23, 2015
Reviewer: Chris W. from Victoria, BC  
My daughter needed a ukulele for music class at school, so I ordered a soprano Flea for her and, while I was at it, a concert Fluke for me - natural finish, no fancy options.  Both are superb instruments.  Intonation, action, fit and finish... everything is perfect.

The smaller body of the Flea suits my daughter well, but I enjoy the bigger, more resonant tone of the Fluke - the difference is definitely noticeable.  I have put some Worth strings on the Fluke (clear, hard, low-g) and they sound absolutely fantastic.  The only bad thing I have to say about the Fluke is that now my Firefly isn't getting all the attention it used to.  8^)

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