DIY Ukulele Kit
DIY Ukulele Kit
DIY Ukulele Kit
DIY Ukulele Kit
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DIY Ukulele Kit

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This is a great project for beginner and experienced builders alike. Build the ukulele with a younger aspiring player in your family.  It's a fun project to do together, and leaves them with a usable instrument and lots of great memories when you are finished. These ukulele kits feature all the parts needed to assemble a fully functional ukulele, you will need to supply the finish materials (sandpaper, paint, glue). Includes  instructions to guide you through the process. The wood is raw and unfinished, may require some patching and shaping.

Download the Master Instruction Guide

The instructions specific to this model can be found in the Instruction Library

SKU: "TFW-UBW2"
Body: Basswood
Fretboard Material: Engineered Rosewood (due to import regulations)
Neck Joint: Set In (glued)

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Peter Tuohy
Just as easy as you’d think.

I found the most difficult part to be getting the finish to my liking.

Plesae send us an email we can help you!

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Gabriel Lyons
Great kit

Great kit

Thanks for your nice words!

A
Adrian
A fun, simple build

I have done 3 of these now. 2 for my kids and 1 for me to figure out how to play ukulele to teach them. They sound pretty good and go together quickly. My kids enjoyed picking their own colors.

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Steve B
Perfect for a beginner

This 14 fret soprano ukulele is a nice project and was straightforward to put together. Good as your first ukelele and/or first instrument building experience; experienced ukelele players may want a longer scale instrument.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
25%
(1)
75%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
Peter Tuohy
Just as easy as you’d think.

I found the most difficult part to be getting the finish to my liking.

Plesae send us an email we can help you!

G
Gabriel Lyons
Great kit

Great kit

Thanks for your nice words!

A
Adrian
A fun, simple build

I have done 3 of these now. 2 for my kids and 1 for me to figure out how to play ukulele to teach them. They sound pretty good and go together quickly. My kids enjoyed picking their own colors.

S
Steve B
Perfect for a beginner

This 14 fret soprano ukulele is a nice project and was straightforward to put together. Good as your first ukelele and/or first instrument building experience; experienced ukelele players may want a longer scale instrument.