Kona Guitars Soprano Ukulele

19 reviews - By: Kona Guitars

Kona Guitars Soprano Ukulele
MSRP : $33.04

Sale : $28.33
Sold & shipped by Walmart

The Kona Guitars Soprano Ukulele is easy to learn and easy to play. The Kona Ukulele boasts a mahogany-finished basswood body and neck, nylon strings and enclosed, geared machines. The nylon-strings ukulele also has pearlized fret markers, a rosewood bridge and vintage oval knobs. Entertain your family and yourself with this Kona Ukulele.

Kona Guitars Soprano Ukulele:
  • Easy to learn and play
  • Popular soprano size
  • Mahogany-finished basswood body and neck
  • Nylon strings
  • Enclosed, geared machines
  • Vintage oval knobs
  • Rosewood bridge
  • Pearlized fret markers
  • Dimensions: 6.63"W x 2.75"H x 20.5"D



The ukulele came quick. it also has stayed tuned as i played. but every time i play it needs to be slightly re-tuned. overall for the price its a great deal. great ukulele to start learning and definitely good investment.


Great little instrument

This uke is a super good buy - it sounds good. plays well, and even stays in tune after only one week. The action is comfortable, especially important for beginners - won't make fingers too sore with a reasonable amount of practice. Perfect for old fingers, too. :-)


Good for begginers

This is really helping get through my beginners phase of the uke. I would only recommend this to starters who need something to train on before getting the real thing.


Christmas gift

My granddaughter had a ukulele on her Christmas list. I bought this one for her as a beginner , since she has never played one before. After reading the reviews on it and the low price I purchased it. She's happy with it. I also purchased a "how to" book for her. It's too soon to see if she'll keep up with it but for the price it's worth it to find out.


High quality

My 7 year old grandson loved getting this gift. It is a medium quality instrument, which is better than a toy but not as good as a professional quality instrument. A great value, for the money. My son got an app to tune it, but there are instructions on the internet to do the tuning using a piano, a guitar, and also itself (the ukulele you are tuning).