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Makala Waterman Soprano - Ukulele transparente
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- Impermeable y fácil de mantener limpio.
- De policarbonato duradero de alta calidad.
- Clavijas cromadas en níquel.
- Cuerdas Aquila Super Nylgut.
- Ligero y portátil. El ukelele perfecto para llevarlo a todas partes contigo.
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La historia de Waterman...Kala adoptó el concepto Maccaferri y lo llevó a otro nivel.El innovador ukelele Waterman es de una alta calidad, asequible, suena genial y se mantiene en afinado.Es un ukelele portátil, que podrás llevar a todas partes.Es lo mejor en ukeleles para exteriores.Ideal para llevar a la playa, al río, al lago, a la montaña...Llévate el Waterman adonde quieras y cuando quieras.Es el instrumento para la carretera. Resistente al agua. Asequible. Portátil. Resistente. Fácil de limpiar. De una construcción de policarbonato de alta calidad. Clavijas bañados en níquel. Cuerdas Aquila Súper Nylgut. Incluye mochila de transporte con el logotipo.
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Pros: • looks super cool!
• Sounds decent for a plastic ukulele
• comes with aquele strings
• can get wet
• really wet
• good action (I thought)
• took a bit longer to stretch the strings than my mahogony kala
• does have a slight tinny sound
• resonance not as good as the mahogony uke
• while it does drain water, there is a lip around the sound hole that makes things difficult.
• if you submerge it too much and for too long, the bridge and tuning area can get water in them for potential mold growth.
This uke definetly takes the wow factor in looks, it's a novelty and it's great that it works properly on top of that. This uke has its downsides but I would still give it a chance, it plays well, I kind of like the tinny sound and if your brave enough tl fill it with water, playing it while it's full has a pretty cool sound. It's a great durable little toy of a ukulele and very worth it if say
-CUTE!! smallest Uke I own.
-Aesthetic. This thing is beeauuuutifulll I can't wait to take pictures of it at the beach.
-Gig bag. Not as fancy as some of my other bags, but the drawstring backpack is always a fav of mine since I got to a lot of festivals.
- SOUND!!! This little guy sounds so good for a piece of plastic!
-Tuned HORRIBLY out of box. Will update after the strings have stretched, but hooh it took a long time to get it in tune. And it didn't stay in tune long enough to get all the strings at once lol. I've only had it about an hour and that is getting better already.
-Small scratch on body for mine. bummer.
-Strings are pretty high off instrument, heads up. Pretty easy to press down though.
-No strap. Uke leashes are a thing though.
Overall I'm VERY pleased with this little dude!!! Will update with 5 stars if the strings stretch properly!!
Update: its been about a week since I purchased this uke. As I hoped, the strings stretched out just fine! I also covered it in stickers. My final verdict is I love this ukulele and its uniqueness! I have also attached photos. Enjoy!
Despite being all plastic, this uke does have decent sound quality and comes with high quality, well-reviewed Aquila strings. Although, I wasted no time taking said strings off and replacing them with the Aurora multi-colored strings. Considering the slightly different bridge, this uke was VERY easy to restring and it's very very cute!
The quick start guide included in this purchase is also pretty cute. It would be extremely helpful had I not had experience with ukuleles and their workings, but it still found a way to help me out by including the chords to two well known Bob Marley songs on the back!
because I get it wet a lot out in the ocean so wash off often. The sound is something one would expect from a soprano ukulele, tinny but the Aquila strings ring well enough. I eventually changed to Aquila Lava strings, mo beddah ya! I gotta say, for a lousy fifty bucks, this gem has more than paid for itself in versatility not to mention fun value! It has entertained my local friends/neighbors and many a tourist as well. Who doesn't love to hear "Ovah Da Rainbow" played live during a lull in the surf at a crowded Canoes? Haters gonna hate and whiners gonna whine but I love to wail on mine, ah da time...
Unfortunately, the particular plastic of this uke didn't seem entirely up to the job. Within a year, I began to see come considerable arching of the top of the instrument caused by the tension of the strings. This first caused noticeable buzzing at the bridge and eventually caused major intonation issues past the fourth or fifth fret. Various comments I've seen elsewhere online make me suspect this is a problem more common with the clear Waterman than with solid colors, but it's tough to be sure that's true. One of the main appeals of a plastic uke is the "durable, take-anywhere" nature of them, but an instrument lasting less than a year while being treated fairly gently diminishes that appeal.