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the pictures on the Adorama website show the uke as having pickup/tuner electronics - alas, in the description it mentions that there are no electronics. So I opened a chat with them and it was confirmed that the instrument is like pictured, that is incl electronics. On the Fender website this very same uke is also shown and described as having no pickup. A wee bit confusing, I ordered it and hope for the best.
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This looks like the Grace Vanderwaal model, which retails for $200, even if Adorama's page has it at $170. There's is nothing else on any page that I could find that matches it, so who knows (maybe discontinued?). 42-50% off isn't too shabby, and Fender stings are around $5 a set.
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the pictures on the Adorama website show the uke as having pickup/tuner electronics - alas, in the description it mentions that there are no electronics. So I opened a chat with them and it was confirmed that the instrument is like pictured, that is incl electronics. On the Fender website this very same uke is also shown and described as having no pickup. A wee bit confusing, I ordered it and hope for the best.
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This looks like the Grace Vanderwaal model, which retails for $200, even if Adorama's page has it at $170. There's is nothing else on any page that I could find that matches it, so who knows (maybe discontinued?). 42-50% off isn't too shabby, and Fender stings are around $5 a set.
Grace Vanderwaal model? What a bunch of marketing bullshplit.
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The Q&A section has this answer regarding the pickup:
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Shopper: Is this an Acoustic/Electric Ukulele? The photos are showing it is.
MICHAEL V: Yes. The one I received is an Acoustic/Electric Uke with Fishman pickup.
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Anyone have any idea about the quality?
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the pictures on the Adorama website show the uke as having pickup/tuner electronics - alas, in the description it mentions that there are no electronics. So I opened a chat with them and it was confirmed that the instrument is like pictured, that is incl electronics. On the Fender website this very same uke is also shown and described as having no pickup. A wee bit confusing, I ordered it and hope for the best.
maybe take some screenshots; the electrics are clearly featured in many of the photos.
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Is this not the same uke? https://www.amazon.com/Fender-Zum...B074G41887
No, I think it's this one: Fender California Coast Zuma Concert Ukulele, 16 Frets, Nato Neck, Laminated Hardwood Fingerboard, Satin, Natural https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GFP72V3/

The versions that have and do not have the electronics are apparently both called CA coast Zuma concert...
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Does anyone have this? I have a concert Lanikai and I love it, but would love to have one to plug in.
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Anyone know if I could I plug this into a PC with a Rocksmith 2014 cable and find any modded tracks for Rocksmith that can teach me to play some Ukulele songs instead of an acoustic guitar?
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Anyone have any idea about the quality?
Last year I purchased a Fender Mino'aka Concert Ukulele, a different model than this one and MSRP $159 but appears to have the same tuning machines. Very good workmanship and tone for the price, but goes way out of tune overnight.
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Last year I purchased a Fender Mino'aka Concert Ukulele, a different model than this one and MSRP $159 but appears to have the same tuning machines. Very good workmanship and tone for the price, but goes way out of tune overnight.
This is what some other reviewers said. What a shame.
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Can anyone recommend an affordable beginner ukelele? I'm interested in learning but I don't want to buy a ukelele that untunes itself after one night.
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