Black Concert Waterman
$71.49 MSRP $54.99
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The durable, water-resistant ukulele. Plays perfectly anywhere!
- Excellent for School Programs
- Easy to Clean
- ABS Composite Plastic
- Nickel-plated Open Gear Tuners
- Aquila Super Nylgut® Strings
- Custom Logo Tote Bag
- Mini-Quick Start Guide
Bag and Case Information
Fits ALL Kala CONCERT sized bags and cases
|Back & Sides:||ABS Composite|
|Strings:||Aquila Super Nylgut®|
|Nut & Saddle:||ABS Composite|
Scale Length: 14.75 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 23.8125 inches, Body Length: 11 inches, Number of Frets: 18, Width at Upper Bout: 5.9375 inches, Width at Lower Bout: 8.25 inches, Width at Waist: 4.9375 inches, Body Depth: 2.75 inches, Fingerboard Width at Nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.75 inches
Good for children
I feel like this would be a perfect type for a child to learn on. It’s plastic and feels good but lacks the feeling of a real wood uke. Looking back I wish I would’ve got the real would uke. It sounds good but I still think the real wood ukulele is superior.
My First Ukulele
I love this little uke! I'm so glad I went with a concert size, the tone is nice and full but still has that sweet ukulele sound. It was the perfect price for a starter ukulele, and I'm having such fun practicing.
Good for it's intended purpose
The Waterman line is great for camping, the beach, etc. because it is inexpensive and durable. Only complaints are the action is pretty high, so you get more buzzing than most ukes, and the pain on the frets wears off too easily. Fix those two things and this would be 5 stars all the way.
Great sound, not impressed by gig bag
It's a great size and sound. I was surprised that it was quieter than my soprano, the concert size has a warmer, less punchy sound.
My only disappointment was the gig bag; no padding or support. Being that I take my uke to and from work, the flimsy and thin bag make me nervous that it hits the walls and could get damaged. I will have to go buy a gig bag somewhere else that will actually protect the instrument.