Ukulele Songs – LUCKBS Baritone
The LUCKBS Baritone Ukulele Songs
The ukulele songs contrary to popular belief did not originate from Hawaii, but was brought there by a Portuguese immigrant. Its popularity grew from Hawaii and spread globally from then, making the ukulele songs an honorary native of Hawaii. The ukulele songs is known as the ‘Jumping Flea’ in Hawaii because of the way a player’s fingers jump around on the strings like a flea.
This baritone sized ukulele songs is made from the Acacia Koa, also known as Curly Koa wood, famed for its curly grain and crisp tone the instruments using it produce. The top, back and sides of the LUCKBS Baritone ukulele songs is made from the koa wood, while the fret board is crafted from rosewood, leading up to the top, which is maple binding.
The largest instrument in the ukulele songs family, the baritone LUCKBS measures 20.375” in scale length and 38mm with width at nut. The 18 fret instrument has a chrome die-cast tuning mechanism, and is pre-tuned to the standard DGBE for baritone ukuleles, much alike to a 6 string guitar.
Tuning a baritone ukulele songs is very similar to tuning the 4 topmost toned strings on a guitar. What this means is, if you can tune a guitar, then you can most definitely tune the LUCKBS baritone ukulele songs without a hitch.
Playing a Lanikai Makes Me Happy is their tagline, and with the ease in tuning and playing the LUCKBS ukulele songs and the deep rich tones emanating form it, that tagline rings true.
The LUCKBS Ukulele Songs is priced at $499.00.