How much does a Wooden Ukulele cost and how much does a plastic one cost?

by Ukuleleria Providencia 22 September, 2020

How much does a Wooden Ukulele cost and how much does a plastic one cost?

When we go to buy a Ukulele many things are important to us such as sound, design, material and price. As you know, in Ukuleleria We handle many types of Ukuleles and you have a great variety to choose from. But very often we find ourselves with questions about prices and differences between each one. Today we decided to make a small comparison with prices and benefits between the two.

How much does a Wooden Ukulele cost and how much does a plastic one cost?

Plastic:

Ukuleles such as the Watercolor or the Color Chord by Kala are models completely made of plastic except for the pegs, which makes them more resistant than the wooden ones, although their sound is a bit more opaque. Another advantage of plastic Ukuleles is that they are more durable and you can put them in the water and nothing happens to them. So you don't have to worry about it getting wet while it rains, or you can take cool photos on the beach without fear.

Plastic Ukulele prices vary by model.

Panda AMAHI Watercolor: $ 980

Kala Waterman Soprano: $ 1,490



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