Vorson FLPUK-2 LP Style Electric Ukulele

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    Vorson Electric Ukuleles are the coolest instruments that we have seen in a long time. If you play guitar you are going to want one. If you play ukulele you will HAVE to have one. Dual single coil pickups provide excellent ukulele tone with nice variation via a 3-way toggle and tone control. The necks are very comfortable and the ukes are really easy to play because of the adjustable truss rod and bridge. Shredding on a uke? Absolutely possible. The real wood finishes are super high quality and the craftsmanship of the Vorson electric ukes is superb.

    Product Specifications
    Vorson FLPUK-2 LP Style Electric Ukulele Specifications
    • Size: Tenor
    • Scale Length: 432 mm
    • Body: Candlenut
    • Design: LP Type
    • Neck: Candlenut
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Inlays: Dot Markers
    • Pickups: dual single coils
    • Controls: Volume, Tone, 3-way toggle
    • Tuners: Die Cast
    • Included Accessories: Cable and Gig Bag Included
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    Great product, but there are some flaws.
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    Let me state for the record that I just purchased a third unit of this product. There is simply nothing like it out there other than the RISA electric ukes, but they cost about 5 times as much as these units. However, "caveat emptor," something this wonderful but yet inexpensive does not arrive without flaws. The first one I bought was wonderful right out of the box: intonation and setup were perfect. After less than 3 months the pickup selector switch went bad, and it's got to be replaced. The second one was a scratch and dent, so I knew I was taking my chances. There was a buzz on the C string, plus a slight intonation problem. It required putting on my high-powered readers (two pairs of 150's at same time) but then I realized that the saddle for that string was on backwards. Five minutes with a screwdriver and a tuner fixed it. Bottom line: still a great instrument, but be ready to spend a little money and a little time on it to get it right.
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