23" Ukulele just for £7.49 @The Works - Introduce your child to music world
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23" Ukulele just for £7.49 @The Works - Introduce your child to music world

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Found 11th Dec 2013
25% discount code: WGBXMAS

This 23" Ukulele is designed for music lovers. This lovely standard sized 4 stringed wooden ukulele is suitable for just about any age and musical ability and offers a wonderful introduction to the instrument that is becoming increasingly popular.
Introduce your child to the wonderful world of music, whilst boosting hand-eye coordination, dexterity and listening skills.
Includes: Plectrum and Spare String
Suitable for children 5 and over.

Free delivery above £20 . Standard delivery £3.99

Also available in blue:
theworks.co.uk/p/i…406

15 Comments

good fun instrument and cheap too

If i bought this for my child his uzi 9mm would be out & i,d be singing like paveroti
( or someone with a name that sounds like that)

reminds me of the royle family series
Edited by: "andrewgrundill5" 11th Dec 2013

Great price! Purchasing for husband... may regret it by Boxing Day!!

brilliant thanks.

This deal 'turned out nice again'n

Although it's only £7, it's going to be pretty useless and unplayable .

Cheap nylon strings on these type of uke's take forever to stretch in and sound awful. To replace them will cost around the same price of this in total and if you can't restring yourself you'll have to pay to get it done.

Also this has compression type machine heads (tuners) rather than geared machine heads.
These will slip and de-tune just by looking at the thing.

If you want to start ukululele, get a soprano Makala ukulele. You can't go wrong.

For music lovers everywhere....DON'T buy crap like this for your kids, are you mad ? This could scar them and you for life, music is something to be enjoyed not destroyed by playing this terrible thing.

as a cheap fun present i don't think you can go wrong! nobody is seriously going to think they are getting a brilliant ukulele for £7 but if someone has thought about playing in the past it might get them started. its not the greatest but if they enjoy it they'll probably upgrade it. :-P
Edited by: "saffy81" 12th Dec 2013

Please don't buy this rubbish. Will out a kid off playing for life. Only good for using as firewood or a cricket bat. Cold

saffy81

as a cheap fun present i don't think you can go wrong! nobody is … as a cheap fun present i don't think you can go wrong! nobody is seriously going to think they are getting a brilliant ukulele for £7 but if someone has thought about playing in the past it might get them started. its not the greatest but if they enjoy it they'll probably upgrade it. :-P



Giving them an unplayable instrument is not going to get them started.

It's like making someone learn to drive without a clutch in the car.

I think i'm going to start producing chocolate teapots and sell them to all these hot voters

cRuNcHiE

Giving them an unplayable instrument is not going to get them … Giving them an unplayable instrument is not going to get them started.It's like making someone learn to drive without a clutch in the car.I think i'm going to start producing chocolate teapots and sell them to all these hot voters


Why not sell them all computers with keyboards that don't work. About as much use as this tat!

my xmas prezzie to me!!!

oos now

Bought as a cheap stocking filler. Hope it would be OK. Professional can't tune it. Rubbish. What a waste of my money. Terrible.
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