This is my third ukulele from Donner. You can view reviews of the other two here. Donner Concert Ukulele Mahogany Set First Look – Review and Donner Soprano Ukulele First Look Review.
All of these are good ukuleles at an inexpensive price. The Zebrawood is very nice looking and sounds great. Concert ukuleles have a little lower tone than a soprano and a little easier to play. Although I do play both. See video for sound demos.
Concert ukuleles have a little lower tone than a soprano and a little easier to play. Although I do play both. See video for sound demos.
As with the other Donner Ukuleles, this one also comes with a tuner, gig bag, strap and an extra set of strings. Quite a value indeed.
Standard tuning for a concert ukulele is G C E A. If you’re a guitar player this would be like having a capo on the 5th fret of your guitar and only playing the 4 highest strings. The only difference is the G-string is tuned an octave higher on the ukulele.
This also comes with a little chord chart to get you started right away.
The strap is nice but I mostly play it by just holding it in place.
The tuner can be used for other strings instruments, Guitar, Bass, Banjo and so on. I have 3 of these tuners now, and they are my favorite clip on tuners I own.
Overall I’m very happy with this Concert Ukulele from Donner and would recommend it.
A beautiful looking ukulele made with very high-quality zebrawood materials, handmade deluxe bindings
Zebrawood body brings you richer and brighter sound; Rosewood fingerboard and bridge provides a comfortable playing feel.
Smooth and accurate, Donner patented chrome-plated guitar style tuners to keep your ukulele always in tune
18 Brass Frets with Fret position Marks at 5th, 7th, 9th and 12th frets on neck and top of fingerboard
Comes with ukulele bag, ukulele strap, carbon nylon string and digital clip-on tuner as gifts.
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