Fender Ukuleles: From The Makers Of The Famous Fender Telecaster

Fender Ukuleles is made by the Fender Company that is best known for its high-end electric guitars and bases, which are standard equipment for performing musicians of every level, including the very top. The company has recently branched out into ukuleles, owing to the instrument's increasing popularity and graduation in the public eye from a toy to a legitimate musical instrument. They currently comprise of six models, all four-stringed models, that are designed to bring modern manufacturing techniques to this traditional instrument. They feature the distinctive elements of Fender design and wood patterns which are elegant and attractive.

So much Fender Ukuleles! Which one should I get?

There are six Fender Ukuleles. The Ukulele Pa'ina, Ukulele Nohea, Ukulele Hau'oli, Ukulele Minoaka, Minoaka Koa CE Concert, and Ukulele U'uku. All, except the Ukulele U'uku, are topped with the Fender Telecaster style headstock, which features all four chrome tuners lined up on the bottom side of the neck where they are most accessible to the player. The tuners, bridge components and fret boards are all commensurate with Fender's level of quality and are suitable for professional use. Wood choices include koa and mahogany and passive electronic pickups are available for electrified use. All models feature 19 frets, except the Ukulele U'uku which sports 12 frets. They are all full-body designs, with cutaways at the top frets which are characteristic of the company's electric guitars. The Ukulele U'uku is the only traditional  build without the cutaway. All ukuleles are equiped with Aquila strings.


  • Ukulele Pa'ina is a acoustic/electric concert ukulele whose body and neck are made from solid mahogany. The rosette is made from acrylic abalone, the bracing is scalloped fan, and the bridge made from rosewood. There's a total of 19 frets, with abalone dot position inlays. It also comes with passive electronics which allows you to plug into an amp or system. Also topped off with their trademark Telecaster headstock.

  • Ukulele Nohea is a acoustic concert ukulele whose body is made from laminated Koa and neck from mahogany. The rosette is made from acrylic abalone, the bracing is scalloped fan, and the bridge made from rosewood. There's a total of 19 frets and topped off with their trademark Telecaster headstock.

  • Ukulele Hau'oli is another acoustic concert ukulele made from all laminate mahogany, including the neck. The body binding is black, rosette is acrylic abalone, bracing is scalloped fan, and the bridge made from rosewood. It comes with their traditional Telecaster headstock, with a 19 fret neck.

  • Ukulele Minoaka is also an all laminate mahogany acoustic concert ukulele. It also comes with their traditional Telecaster headstock, with a rosewood fingerboard 19 fret neck.

  • Ukulele U'uku is an all laminate mahogany soprano ukulele. This is their only ukulele that features the traditional full body ukulele without the cutaway and Fender headstock.

  • Minoaka Koa CE Concert is an all laminate koa acoustic/electric concert ukulele. It has beautiful acrylic abalone rosette and  binding, along with a mahogany neck and rosewood fretboard. The on board electronics features a Fishman KULA preamp, with a built in tuner pickup. The gloss finish, with the traditional Telecaster headstock, tops off this beautiful ukulele.

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