Best 21-inch Build Design Your Own DIY Ukulele Ukelele Building Making Kit
Ukulele is one of the hottest instruments in the market right now, people love them and just cannot get enough of them. They make a great place to start if you are a new builder looking for that first project. They are simple, easy and a ton of fun (plus, they sound amazing!)
Now, you can build your own ukulele guitar with this fun and easy DIY handmade ukulele kit that includes an unfinished pre-assembled body, guitar neck, and strings. Once you’ve put your ukulele guitar together you can customize it with paint, wood stain or other decorations.
DIY Hawaiian Soprano Ukulele Kit Features:
- Design Your Own Unique Ukulele: This DIY soprano Hawaii ukulele kit is perfect for every musician and even for professional musicians. This is suitable for both beginners and also basic people. All parts are included to complete a best playable and great sounding ukulele. Basswood body has a nice surface, so you can stain or paint on it what you want.
- Musical Instrument With Great Sound: With the technology advancements and highly trained & experienced craftsman, we are now offering the best ukulele kit that simply cannot beat for its quality & price.
- Unique Gift For Beginners: This unfinished kit is a premium quality ukulele model which is also then finished and sold as a finished high-grade model. Best gift for all kinds of occasions
- Easy Installation: Easy to install for children and adults. Wooden ukulele kit is sanded well and all accessories are included in the package.
- Compact Size: The is compact in size so it becomes cozy to play with the ukulele strings. Stylish and comfortable for kids to play
- Safe: Easy to handle the ukulele instrument does not make any harm to the hands. It is totally safe and made in high-quality standards.
- Improve DIY Skills: Improve hands-on skills, keep engaged and challenge youngster’s creative mind. In the interim, both adults and kids can figure out how the ukulele is framed, which can adapt more DIY ability.
Ukulele Wooden Guitar Kit Specifications:
- Fingerboard and body made of basswood hence provides quality and strength to the guitar
- Made of 21 * 6.7 inches(53.5 * 17cm) dimensions
- The measurement allowed error is +/- 1-3cm
- Material: Wood
Package Contents of 21-inch DIY Unique & Professional Custom Ukelele Kit:
- 1 * Basswood Body
- 1 * Basswood Neck
- 1 * Plastic Fingerboard
- 1 * Plastic Bridge
- 1 * Plastic Upper Nut
- 1 * Plastic Lower Nut
- 4 * Nylon Strings
- 2 * Tones
- 4 * Tuning Heads
- 4 * Tuning Head Nuts
- 8 * Tuning Head Screws
- 4 * Fingerboard Screws
- 2 * Bridge Screws
Enjoy the feel and energy that you get out of the string instrument which is hand-plucked carefully for listening to the best music. Tune in to the best music ever through this ukulele guitar kit musical instrument. Order online immediately and grab your deal now!
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My four years old son really loves his new toy and sing all the time. It is easy to assemble and I encouraged my son to do it by himself with very little help from me. I am impressed by the smooth touch of wood pieces and it is really playing it.
This product came as described. Packed well and all the parts were there. It seems to be a better quality than a different one I ordered for the same price.
I bought this as a gift for my friend’s kid. she loves it so much. I have to say It is a very lovely product. The weight is just right for kid and it is easy to assemble. The price is affordable. Recommend to who needs to buy a gift.
This was a gift for my sister, she loves it. She installed ukulele by herself, and painted a sun on the ukulele. That was instruction in the box, so easy to installation. After that, she is starting to play ukulele, the sound was great! I think this was a good idea for the gift!
Just follow the instructions, and this kit is easy to install. If you think the instructions are too simple, then I suggest you just go to youtube and search the instructions video that will be very helpful. It is clean enough to show you all the steps what you should know. I just use a normal glue to put the parts together, so far the ukulele works well, I hope the parts won’t come out. This kit is not expensive, it is good for the people who are interested to learn a new instrument.
Only for someone who very like to diy themselves.have a ton of job need to be done. Great DIY Ukulele. This Ukulele arrived promptly and in perfect condition. It was beautiful to look at and also sounded great, as a non-musician (I purchased this as birthday gift for my friend )she loves it, and it even sounded great when I played it!
This is my second time to DIY something,during this experience I have a good night and confidence hhh.cause it’s easy to make them together，and I watch the instructional video which provide by Facebook.that’s my first time learning ukulele,so I think it is a pretty musical instrument.Also，so cute it is ，even can decorate my bedroom like special thing. all in all,my choice is pretty good
Fun build! I built one for an elderly patient that’s Hawaiian and had her hand paint some things from her life on it. She plays it all the time and loves that it’s so personal. She thinks I’m wonderful! I even burned her name in Hawaiian on the headstock.
It’s a gift for my 10-year-old son, who loves to assemble everything by himself. He was so excited when we received this. He tried several times and spent 1 hour working on that. At last, he just did it! I’m so proud of him. And he enjoys playing that too. It’s much smaller than guitar and he feels it’s so cool because we rarely see it around us. I think I just made a smart choice~
It’s not a bad ukulele kit, I just wish the instructions were more clear, detailed, and included at least some pictures. The paper says to use white latex glue, but I used wood glue instead.
If anyone is confused by the instructions, this is what I did:
1. Using the wood pegs and some glue, attach the neck to the body of the ukulele
2. Glue the fretboard down so the 12th fret (the one below the two dots) is inline with the top of body
3. Glue the nut at the top of the fretboard so the indents for the strings are facing up
4. Measure and mark where the bridge should go based off the picture with the dimensions in the product photos
4a. Glue the bridge in place and let sit until mostly dried
4b. Screw the longer screws into the bridge where the two indents are (you may want to drill small holes all the way through or start a hole with a small nail first, it is very hard to do without doing so)
5. Glue the saddle to the bridge in the slot closest to the sound hole
6. Tape around the fretboard and bridge if desired and paint your ukulele
7. Add the plastic circles to the front side of the head of the ukulele
8. Screw in the tuning pegs into the back of the head so the gear is facing down towards the body of the uke
9. String your ukulele making sure to use the thickest strings for the lowest notes