Donner Ukulele Review for the Donner Concert Ukulele Mahogany DUS-3 23 inch with Ukulele Set Strap Nylon String Tuner –
The Concert Ukulele is a little bigger and a little deeper in tone as you can see in my comparison video.
It has a nice look and feel. The tuner also can be used for many other instruments and is one of the best clip on tuners I used.
As far as the other accessories that come with it, extra strings are always a good thing.
The strap is nice but I mostly play it by just holding it in place.
Both the Donner Concert and Soprano Ukulele come with a little chord chart and the same accessories. See my Donner Soprano Ukulele Review Here.
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The Donner DUC-3 Ukulele is a great way to take laid-back tropical atmospheres anywhere. Whether you’re strumming in a hammock on the beach or kicked back in a recliner in your living room, a ukulele is a great way to spread some good vibrations. The Donner DUC-3 offers great sound, great play ability, and a great price. The rosewood fingerboard and mahogany body make the Donner DUC-3 a great Ukulele for beginners or four-string strumming professionals. Including everything a beginner needs to get started. Pick up it to join in the growing ukulele fanfare! Enjoy your own fun and colorful life.
Donner Concert Ukulele DUC-3, A Very High Quality Sounding Beautiful Looking Ukulele With All Accessories Included For FREE! Includes all these FREE accessories: 1. A High Quality Accurate Tuner Donner DT-2, battery included; 2. A Good Ukulele Bag; 3. A Colored Ukulele Sized Strap; 4.A Carbon Nylon String.
Size: Concert 23 inch
Body & Neck: AAA African Mahogany
Fingerboard: Indian Rosewood
Bridge: Indian Rosewood Donner unique design
Weight: 1300g (with box)
1 x Donner DUC-3 Ukulele
1 x Ukulele Bag
1 x Ukulele Strap
1 x Carbon Nylon String
1 x Donner DT-2 Tuner
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