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Solid Color Fluke Ukulele
Fluke uke, American made

Most of our solid color soundboards are 3-ply Australian hoop pine with a durable, water-based finish. Check out our Laser Engraved or Printed Dye Sublimation designs for more options.
We also offer solid spruce & koa soundboards for a more sophisticated sound.
Comes standard with our new clip-lock bridge and adjustable NuBone saddle. More information here.

base price: $275.00

total price with selected options: $275.00

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Fluke Scale Length

Concert 15.5" : 15 Fret
Tenor 17" : 17 Fret [+$20.00]

Hardwood Fretboard [+$89.00]

Pegheds Geared Tuners [+$79.00]

Side Fret Markers [+$15.00]

Player Sound Port [+$25.00]

Grip Strips [+$4.00]

K&K Soundboard Transducer [+$85.00]

K&K Aloha Twin Pickup [+$125.00]

Mi-Si Battery-Free Pre-Amp & Pick-Up [+$149.00]

Custom Laser Neck Engraving [+$39.00]

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Fluke Ukulele
The original design that started it all back in 1999. Created by Dale Webb, this non-traditional take on the ukulele features a unique composite construction of wood and injection molded thermoplastic. The combination of wood soundboard and acoustically resonant thermoplastic body, yields a musical instrument with full, bright tonal qualities, is comfortable to hold, tremendously durable, and stands up on its end! It's everyone's favorite - great for travel, adventure, or music class.

The concert FLUKE has a 15.5" scale length, 15 frets and overall length of 23 inches. Weight is around one pound depending on materials and options. Necks are solid maple or walnut. Standard laminate tops are hoop pine (printed or colored tops) or natural walnut. Optional solid wood tops include Adirondack red spruce or koa. Bodies are injection molded thermoplastic. Standard fretboard is molded polycarbonate, hardwood is optional.
The tenor FLUKE has the same body size with a 17" scale and overall length of 24.5". Like the concert, the tenor easily accommodates GCEA tuning but can also handle the lower DGBE tuning (high D).
Both sizes can be ordered in a variety of colors and designs as well as with pickup options. If you don't see the exact color/design combination you are looking for, please ask - not every combination is listed. All Fluke models come standard with D'Addario Nyltech strings.
Over 27,000 made, proudly in the USA.

Strap for Fluke or Flea Ukulele Clip-on Electronic Tuner Fremont Ukulele Strings Cinch Sack For Flea, Fluke, Firefly & Solid Body
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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Fantastic uke January 21, 2022
Reviewer: Cole S. from Klein, TX  
I've had my Fluke for about 4 months now, and I am in love with this instrument! I had been looking at buying a Fluke for a couple of years, and I can tell any hesitant buyers, that it is worth every penny. I decided to go with the hardwood fretboard, but I'd be willing to bet that the standard fretboard would be just as good. Same with the tuners, I got the internally geared tuners, which are absolutely amazing, but I'm sure the regular friction tuners are perfectly fine. I have found that the intonation is as amazing in lower frets, as it is up on the 15th fret, which with the tenor scale, I am amazed. With a zero fret, the action on the uke makes it feel like I'm playing on water, and can play for almost hours on end. I don't think that I can say a single poor thing about this fantastic ukulele.

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5 of 5 Love it!!! September 15, 2021
Reviewer: Father John from Daytona Beach  
Excellent customer service from the very beginning. I love the way that I can customize my Fluke with all the upgrades. It made me feel like my Fluke was made just for me.  My Fluke begs for me to play it. Since I’ve gotten my Fluke, my practice time has increased because it’s so playable. Very nice sound and the build quality is excellent. My Fluke is more than an instrument to me, it’s a friend.

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5 of 5 Sweet-sounding, lightweight and fun to play March 4, 2021
Reviewer: Vinny Ruggiero from Arizona  
I already own several reasonably expensive very good quality all-wood ukuleles that I keep humidified in cases when I'm not playing them. The indoor humidity here in Arizona is quite low, usually between 19 and 28 percent. Looking for something that I didn't need to baby or keep humidified and in its case, I purchased a new walnut Fluke tenor from an authorized online dealer and am very pleased with it. It's extremely light in weight, nicely made and finished. The neck and composite fingerboard are smooth, very comfortable and easy to play. The zero fret is a welcomed addition. I personally enjoy using Grover 2B peg tuners. Once they are properly adjusted they're easy to turn and hold tune quite well. This ukulele sounds great for what it is - a non-traditional design instrument that's made from several durable materials. As a bonus, it stands up at the ready wherever, no stand required.  All-in-all this is a very well made quality instrument that is durable, sweet-sounding and a fun, welcomed departure away from the double-bout all-wood ukulele. Great job!

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5 of 5 Fluke M20/16914 December 10, 2020
Reviewer: Joe Goforth from Myrtle Beach, SC  
I've enjoyed my Fluke for several years now. I have many ukes from a pineapple Koa to a Gibson baratone. I love the robust yet sweet tone, ease of tuning and (once strings stretched in, of course) its holds its tune well. Having many ukes and not playing as much as I would like, it sometimes is days (even weeks) now between playing. I pick it up, check tune, minor if any needed and play.
It's tough too. I fling it over my shoulder in the Sinch Sack it came in and it's still in showroom condition.
Did you figure out I love it.

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5 of 5 Love it! October 29, 2016
Reviewer: Steve from Virginia  
I recently bought a used Fluke M10 that's about 10 years old. It's a pleasure to play! It's tone and intonation are perfect. That's not something I can say about the Asian-manufactured ukes that I own. Fluke ukuleles are built to last.

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