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Posted 30 November 2022

Left Handed Laka LVUS10 Soprano Ukulele - Solid Sapele Top - £32.98 Delivered @ GuitarGuitar

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I always try to keep an eye our for left handed guitars. Technically not a guitar here, but still the sentiment is the same. ukuleles are loads of fun to play and also ideal for kids to start to learn an instrument, especially if they seem to be taking an interest.

Of course this will be good as an entry level instrument no matter the age. It can be nice to start youngsters off with a little instrument with less strings, instead of a more costly 6 sting guitar, to find they're not that bothered about it. A lot of people get put off playing guitar because it's not as easy as it looks (Like a lot of things) So I'm a big fan of exploring gateways into something, instead of diving straight in there.

Adult or child £32.98 is a good price on this one

Just a reminder - This is a left handed model
It would require a little work to get it playing will for a right handed player, but absolutly not impossible.

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Mention ukulele and most people envisage the classic and iconic soprano, the smallest in the adorable series of ukuleles. Mention left handed…and there’s a cheer from leftie uke’ers all over the world, from amateur to professional, especially players with small hands and children eager to explore the ‘wonderful world of the uke’ on a professional Laka instrument. The Laka LVUS10 Left-Handed Soprano Ukulele features a sapele top, sapele body and a mahogany neck, a great tonewood combination to enhance that classic much-loved ukulele sound. With a smooth satin finish, appointments include laser etched Laka headstock logo and black/chrome open-geared tuners for perfect intonation and stable tuning. The Laka LVUS10 sounds as good as it looks and an excellent choice for left handed ukulele players of all levels of expertise.

  • Top- Solid Sapele
  • Back and Sides - Sapele
  • Headstock - Mahogany
  • Tuners - Open Gear, Black
  • Finish - Satin



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    This is literally the best thing you could have posted. My 5 year old lefty has asked for a ukulele from Santa. It didn't even clock that he would need a left handed one. My 13yo daughter is currently having guitar lessons and her tutor has offered to tutor my 5yr old too.
    It was meant to be. Thank you so much!
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    Left handed people don't "need" left handed guitars, strictly. Strumming, picking, fretting, are all fairly complex activities and you're going to use your weaker hand for one of them! Billy Corgan, the Smashing Pumpkins guitarist/lead singer is left handed but plays a right handed guitar, and thinks it makes more sense to him.

    Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix both played actual left handed guitars (and were left handed).

    I play a left handed guitar even though I'm right handed, because of a wrist injury. I actually do need a lefty guitar! But I'll say this: it never seemed "wrong" to me to play it the that way round.
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    Might get one so I can keep my hands warm, When I'm Cleaning Windows.

    Turned out nice again Mrs Wembley etc.
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    If you could see what I could see!
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    Or kack handed as my old dad used to say about anyone left handed
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    Didn't know there was a large demand for a left handed ukulele
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    Also righthanded if you swap the strings around!
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    I think the nut on these needs switching for the strings to sit right. Couldn't quite tell on the images I've seen.
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    Can you recommend a good left handed acoustic guitar for my 8yo? He wants to play bass (like me) but I think he should learn guitar first. I thought he might need to go 3/4 for a starter but I don’t imagine it would be too long before a full size is fine for him…..aslong as I didn’t get a dreadnought like my Tak G Series . Any recommendations would be appreciated though, don’t wan to spend a lot as he may not stick it being 8 and all. Thanks
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    This is a daft question but I'm a left handed primary music teacher play piano but not ukulele. If I was at the front demoing, would the strings then be what the kids in front of me see or reverse ie both bottom strings the same or my top string would be their bottom one. Just can't picture it. Thanks clever people!
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    Damn this one has got to be niche
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    Yeah, it is. I guess that's why I like to seek stuff like this out though.

    When it comes to left handed players, deals aren't great most of the time

    I'm up for hunting stuff out for the minority though
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