loves the Fluke Ukulele from Flea Market Music. It has some nice
features that help to make it a true standout from many of the other options
out there. They have a unique, triangular shape you do not find with other ukes
today, as well as a unique combination of wood and plastic. Because of the
triangular shape, you can see that these ukuleles have flat bottoms rather than
Webb came up with this design, and they first hit the market in
1999. They’ve been popular since their inception, and still come from the Magic
are also a bit larger than many of the other ukuleles out there, with these
coming in at 23 inches. They have a solid maple neck and a plastic molded body.
Even the fretboard on these are plastic. Playing the ukulele is nice and
simple, and is just like playing a concert uke. You can tune it to GCEA as well
as DGBE. They sound wonderful with a rich and warm tone. Thanks to their
lightweight design, the Fluke Ukulele is easy to take with you no matter where you go.
Hmm...Which Fluke Ukulele Should I Buy?
Fluke Ukulele is available in many different colors and styles, and you will
surely find several of these that you will absolutely love. Let’s look at your
Rosette Fluke – The new design features a laser-cut rosette soundhole
Trigon Fluke – The first thing you will notice about this unique design
is the fact the soundhole is actuall triangular, just like the shape of the
ukulele. It also has a nice design on the soundboard.
Ribbon Confetti Fluke – The soundboard features design that looks like a
ribbon of confetti near the bottom.
Clockworks Fluke – This design has a decidedly “steampunk” look and
feel, which is certainly unique for a ukulele.
Laser Soundhole Fluke – These ukuleles feature laser-cut soundholes.
They are available in mango, ukelyptus, hibiscus, and natural.
Bubblegum Pink Fluke – Here’s a nice and attractive pink soundboard.
Banana Fluke – If you love yellow, you will love the bright yellow of
Walnut Fluke – Here is a deluxe uke that features a walnut laminate soundboard,
a hardwood fretboard, and a walnut neck. It looks phenomenal and plays great.
Tiki Fluke – This colorful and fun Tiki design from Tiki King looks
great on the uke’s soundboard.
Island Fluke – You’ll love the nice flower design on this attractive
Aloha Plum Fluke – Features a soft plum background with a hibiscus
flower pattern on the soundboard.
Aloha Red Fluke – The red background and the yellow hibiscus pattern has
a fun look.
Fluke SB – These ukes feature hardwood from New England. It has a solid
body design, which provides a nice and soft tone.
Kente Fluke – The soundboard has an African style design
Batik Flute – The batik design on the soundboard helps to give this
ukulele a unique look.
Koa Fluke – Here’s a special design that features a solid Koa wood top
along with a hardwood fingerboard, walnut neck, and adjustable saddle.
Tie-Dye Fluke – The tie-dye design is unique and colorful.
Bamboo Fluke – The design on this ukulele from Tiki King has great
Red Cowboy Fluke – Features a cartoon scene straight out of the Wild
West thanks to the wonderful Tiki King design.
Mahogany Fluke – The deluxe Fluke Ukulele has a lovely mahogany laminate
soundboard along with a hardwood fretboard.
Surf Fluke – Another design from Tiki King that features a great
Lagoon Fluke – A lovely blue ukulele that looks as good as it sounds.
Cowboy Fluke – Similar to the Red Cowboy Fluke, this design features a
natural background rather than red.
Natural Fluke – Here’s a nice and simple Fluke that has a natural, bare
appearance for those who like a simple uke.
Hibiscus Fluke – Features a beautiful red color like a hibiscus flower.
Lava Fluke – Here’s another simple uke – it has an all black body.
Mango Fluke – A beautiful orange soundboard along with black accents.
Grape Fluke – The purple and black accents look great together.
Ukelyptus Fluke – You will love the bright green and black on this great