Flight: TUS40 ABS Travel Ukulele - Graffiti (With Bag)

Instruments | Ukulele

Publisher: Flight
Format: Instruments | Instrument

The Flight TUS40 Travel Series is a truly unique array of ukuleles. They are made almost entirely from ABS plastic, but with a wooden top. This model is part of the Art Range which incorporates some beautiful and unique designs which really makes the range stand out from the crowd. It has a linden plywood top. The arched back, plastic body allows for great sound projection, but also fantastic durability. There is no binding between the body and neck, which is also plastic and so will not bend. This ukulele is perfect for beginners, for players that need a portable uke but also for players looking for something a bit different.

  • Body Shape - Soprano (12 frets)
  • Top - Linden
  • Back & Sides - ABS
  • Bridge - ABS
  • Neck - ABS
  • Fretboard - ABS
  • Nut & Saddle - ABS
  • Position Markers - 5th, 7th, 10th and 12th frets.
  • Premium Features - Zero Fret, Wooden Top, Arched back, Open Geared Tuners, ABS Fretboard, Side Dots.
  • Free of charge gig bag.
Published on: 07 December 2018
Catalogue No: TUS40GRAF
 
     
       

        Flight: TUS40 ABS Travel Ukulele - Graffiti (With Bag) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Build quality
        8.7
        Tone quality
        9.0
        Value for money
        9.0
        Overall rating
        8.7
        Scores 8.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Confirmed purchaser

        GB
        +
        Reviewer left no comment
        Yes not really;0) more sizes and more possibilities of graphic.
        Love this ukulele
        Confirmed purchase: 06 February 2019
        Published on: 16 February 2019
        8 out of 10

        Elena

        Vaprio d'Adda (Milano) Italy GB
        +
        Love its great volume n warm toneπŸ‘πŸ‘
        Don't like the bag it comes with...
        Not only cause it's very thin, but it was also a bit ruined...
        Confirmed purchase: 03 January 2019
        Published on: 13 January 2019