Venice Soprano Ukulele by Fender – Inspired by the spirit of Venice, California Series with Original Fender Tele® Headstock
The Venice Ukulele Series by Fender were Inspired by the entertaining sights and unique, carefree spirit of Venice, California. Thanks to the compact and comfortable body size, the Venice soprano ukulele will be your best companion on every journey or at home. Easy to take to the beach or when hiking in the mountains, the Venice Soprano Uke is a “must-have” for today’s players.
The slim “C”-shaped neck profile is comfortable to hold and easy to play, while the pull-through bridge makes changing strings a breeze. A stylish bound top and 4-in-line Tele® headstock adds a unique dash of Fender style that can’t be duplicated.
Let all your cares drift out to sea, embrace the music of the boardwalk and live the beach life year-round with the Venice Ukulele.
Fender Venice Soprano Ukulele Sonic Gray Specifications
- Fingerboard Material : Walnut
- Fingerboard Radius: Flat
- Neck Finish: Satin Urethane
- Neck Material: Nato
- Number of Frets: 12
- Nut Material: Plastic
- Nut Width: 1.375″ (35 mm)
- Position Inlays: White Dot
- String Nut: Plastic
- Body: Laminated Basswood Top, Back and Sides
- Body Back: Laminated Basswood
- Body Binding: Cream
- Body Finish: Satin
- Body Material: Laminated Basswood Top, Back and Sides
- Body Shape: Soprano Ukulele
- Body Sides: Laminated Basswood
- Body Top: Laminated Basswood
- Bracing: Fan
- Rosette: None
- Dimensions: 3.70×8.70×23.30 IN
- Fret Size: 1.5mm
- Scale Length: 13.6″ (345 mm)
- Shipping Height: 3.70 IN
- Shipping Length: 23.30 IN
- Shipping Weight: 1.80 LB
- Shipping Width: 8.70 IN
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