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Makala Dolphin Charcoal Black Soprano Ukulele

Retail: R1,050

R599

Excludes shipping
2 Discovery Miles / eBucks : 5 990
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Classic look Great sound Excellent first ukulele to dive in with!
Writer's block

Ours is about 3 feet by 3 feet, and on our left is the account's block. The marketing block is down the hall.

We're joking. Obviously.

Ours is at least 5 by 5, and on Wednesdays we're allowed to write in coffee shops to maintain the illusion that we're "successful" and "writerly".

Coming up with a write up for the simple sake of a write up does, however, become difficult when we're staring complete lack of creativity right in the face. But apparently asking management to cancel all the deals for the day isn't a viable fix.

As they so delicately put it, it'd be like a comedian having the option to suddenly cancel a show if they're not feeling up to it. Not on our watch, they said. You'll do a write up whether you like it or not, they said. And be funny, they said.

So here we are, doing a write up and being funny.

About 

The Makala Dolphin line is an excellent first ukulele to dive in with. The Dolphin comes in an assortment of colors with a classic look that sounds great. An exceptional value to get anyone playing.

Product Features
  • SIZE:Soprano
  • TOP:Kauri
  • BACK & SIDES:Composite
  • BINDING:NA
  • FINISH:Gloss
  • NECK:Mahogany
  • FINGERBOARD:Walnut
  • NUT & SADDLE:Plastic
  • HEADSTOCK:Standard
  • STRINGS:Aquila Super Nylgut®
  • ELECTRONICS:NA
Product Specifications
Scale Length: 13.625 inches, Overall Instrument Length: 21.375 inches, Body Length: 9.375 inches, Number of frets: 12, Width at upper bout: 5.125 inches, Width at lower bout: 7 inches, Width at waist: 4.5 inches, Body Depth: 2.25 inches, Fingerboard width at nut: 1.375 inches, Fingerboard width at neck/body joint: 1.625 inches
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