World Rhythm WR-302 Soprano Ukulele, Natural

#951173

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World Rhythm WR-302 Soprano Ukulele, Natural

#951173

Out of stock

Available to order.

Please contact us for an estimated delivery date.

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World Rhythm WR-302 Soprano Ukulele, Natural Overview

  • Traditional soprano sized ukulele, quickly becoming the industry standard in schools
  • Fitted with standard gauge strings which are easy to press down making learning fun
  • Gear machine heads provide for a far superior tuning experience than regular tuning pegs
  • Comes with a bag for storage and travel
  • Includes felt pick and extra strings

Classic shape favoured by schools

Featuring the classic rounded soprano shape body which is favoured by schools and ukulele clubs across the country, the World Rhythm Soprano Ukulele is the recommended choice when taking the first step into learning the ukulele.

Learning the ukulele is just the first step - you can move on to classical, acoustic or electric guitars as soon as you have a grip on this stringed instrument!

Features upgraded Aquila strings

Aiming our ukuleles primarily at students and beginners, we have fitted soft nylon strings which are easy to press. The soft nylon strings mean you can play and practice for hours without any discomfort.

We’ve upgraded the WR-302 model to feature the much sought-after Aquila strings.

Remember: nylon strings are very stretchy and will fall out of tune quickly! Continue to stretch your uke strings until this issue is resolved!

Precise tuning, open geared machine heads

Unlike most ukuleles, we want you - as a beginner - to have the utmost control over your ukulele and tuning. Open geared machine heads allow you to see exactly how far you’re turning the machine head, letting you make precise tuning adjustments.

Not staying in tune?

Are you struggling to get your ukulele to stay in tune? Don’t fret, this is completely normal with brand new ukuleles. Your strings simply need constant stretching for the first few days - stretch them as shown in the image each time you tune your new uke and your problem will eventually be resolved.

(We advise watching a few tuning/stretching guides on YouTube if you’re an absolute beginner!)

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