Stagg: Electric Ukulele - Sunburst

Instruments | Ukulele

Publisher: Stagg Music
Format: Instruments | Instrument
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: This item can only be delivered to UK addresses.
This fully electric concert-size Ukulele features an unmistakable double-cutaway body for a different classic twist on the Uke theme.

It features a solid maple body, solid maple bolt-on neck and rosewood fingerboard and bridge, all set off with a high-gloss sunburst finish and diecast mini nickel tuners. The UK-2000 active on-board preamp comes with three sliders: bass, treble and volume control, and is powered by one 9 volt battery, which is included. Strap buttons are also included, as is a protective padded gig-bag with a pocket for accessories.

So plug in, crank up the volume (and distortion, if you wish) and make some sweet noise!


  • Body: Solid Maple
  • Neck: Solid Maple, bolt-on
  • Fingerboard & Bridge: Rosewood
  • Machine Heads: diecast nickel minis
  • Electronics: UK-2000 active onboard preamp w/ Slider-style 2-band EQ (bass/treble) & Volume control
  • Fingerboard Dimensions 240 mm (9.4 in.), 16 frets
  • Scale length: 375 mm / 14.8 in.
  • Neck & Headstock: 325 mm, (12.8 in.)
  • Body: 285 mm, (11.2 in.)
  • Total length: 574 mm (22.6 in.)
  • Power: 1 x 9V battery (included)
  • Output: 1 x 1/4" jack
  • Finish: sunburst high gloss (body) / natural matt (neck).
Published on: 30 November 2009
Language: English
Catalogue No: EUKSSB

        Musicroom Reviews

        Excellent build quality. Suberb sound
        Anonymous - (Calne, United Kingdom)
        As I own a US Fender Strat with a sunburst finish and rosewood fingerboard this had to be the electric uke for me! It certainly doesn't disappoint; the neck really does feel like an electric guitar, both in terms of the finish and chunkiness. The action is just right at the nut end but a bit high towards the body, but the frets get too close together down there anyway so not really a problem. Plug it in and a whole world of tone is opened up to you with the onboard low and high controls! Slide the low right back and push the high right up and you get a crisp, bright bridge-single-coil-like sound. Slide the high back and warm things up again with the low. Centre them both for that classic uke tone. However, with a shape like this, I know the urge will be strong but you really should resist the temptation to crank up the gain because it simply does not work with full-on distortion (but I know you'll try it just once like I did!). Top it off with a good gig-bag, complete with battery and cable and you have got a truly good instrument!
        Anonymous - (Dereham, United Kingdom)

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