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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.


Testimonial & Video

"My fluke is my best friend. It goes everywhere with me, and I pull it out and play it when stuck in traffic, or when waiting for a meal in a restaurant, yes, really." "I love the tenor scale, the hardwood fretboard, the Rosette design, the tuners, everything. It sounds and looks beautiful. Thank you so much.
Since I came across the Fluke in a NYC music shop I was blown away by it's tone."
"It looks beautiful and with the low G La Bella strings it has a beautiful and mellow sound that is literally music to my ears. Better than any other ukulele I own and I own five of them. The set up you did was everything I was hoping for." "It's made here in my country by my fellow countrymen and it's made well with attention to detail. I'm proud to own it and I'm proud of the job you've done in creating such a wonderful instrument. Kudos to you all and thank you so much."