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NUEVOS UKELELES TRAVEL ESCALA CONCIERTO

Nos enorgullece anunciar nuestro nuevo modelo de ukelele travel, el Flight TUSL. La "L" es por "long neck" (mástil largo, en inglés), ya que el modelo incorpora un mástil escala concierto al ya existente cuerpo de soprano de nuestros ukeleles…

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Cambiando las cuerdas

Inauguramos una nueva serie de posts: #FlightUkeTips! Este es obra de ukestuff.info. Si tocas el ukelele deberías aprender cómo cambiarle las cuerdas a tu uke. El mantenimiento de las cuerdas es una parte básica de los cuidados del ukelele, y…

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Introducing the Flight Fireball!

NEW FIREBALL MODEL! 🔥🔥🔥⁠ ⁠ Rev up your musical engine with the Flight Fireball, a solid mango tenor ukulele named after one of the first aircrafts with a jet engine! ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ The Flight Fireball is loaded with features,…

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New Active Pickups on Some Flight Models

Flight Ukulele recently switched from passive to active pickups in some models of our electro-acoustic ukuleles, and some of those models are already in stores! ⁠ ⁠ We have received many requests to provide active pickups in our ukuleles, as…

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Flight NUS & NUC 200 Teak Ukuleles

We never properly launched the latest addition to our Natural Ukulele Series because our initial shipment sold out immediately. They are finally back in stock and available in Europe! Unlike any other ukulele in our catalog, our teak ukuleles are…

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Friction Tuners

How many times have you shopped for a ukulele and overlooked an instrument because it has those strange friction peg tuners at the back? How many people opt for the geared tuners that adorn the majority of ukuleles and guitars?⁠…

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Ukulele Sizes – Part 2

In this Flight Uke Tip, we will discuss tenor and baritone ukuleles.⁠ ⁠ The tenor ukulele was a natural progression for the instrument—if you’re going to make a concert ukulele, why not make it a little larger? The first tenor…

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Ukulele Sizes – Part 1

Ukulele sizes can be confusing for new players. We classify ukuleles by their scale length--the distance between the nut and the saddle of a ukulele. Ultimately, larger scale instruments offer more space between frets than smaller scale instruments. You can…

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