Deposit to book your custom build Electric Ukulele.

$445.00

Deposit to book your custom build Electric Ukulele by Fanner

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Deposit to book your Custom Build Electric Ukulele – by Fanner

Once you have placed your deposit we will set up a Trello board for you. Trello is an app we use to organize our custom orders. You will be sent a link and added to the Trello board using your email address. Please read the How to use Trello page on the board. We can then fill out the specs sheet on the Trello board and the build can commence. We will post progress pics to the Trello board so you can follow along with the build. On Trello are resources for pricing and upgrade custom options. Please feel free to email us on fannerguitarworks@gmail.com

If you cannot manage the Trello board we can communicate via email no problem but it is advantageous to use the Trello.

Scale lengths :

  • Tenor 17″
  • Baritone 19″
  • Baritone 20″
  • Tenor Guitar 22.8″

Models: 

  • Pixelator
  • Jazzmistress
  • Ocelot
  • Exosphere
  • Wisp
  • Jazzy no cutaway, venetian cutaway, double cutaway bolt on neck
  • Venetian cut jazzy set neck
  • Vuke
  • Nguni
  • Essgee
  • PeeWee Bass
  • Ambler
  • Parson
  • Le’small
  • Fallabella
  • Kaida

Carefully set up with a comfortable low action and ready to rock out of the box.

Padded Gig Bag included.

We make most of the parts in-house. The only outsourced parts are the electronics and the machine-heads.

The hand scatter wound and wax potted pickups use Alnico V magnets – giving them a distinctive tone with no unwanted feedback.

The woodwork is cnc routed,  hand sanded and spray – painted in-house as well.

Strings are regular electric guitar strings. You can use a set of 11’s and add a 13 for a high g or use the fourth string from the set for a low G. Thinner strings can cause tuning stability to become less manageable. Nonetheless, you can use the middle four strings from a set of 10’s easily enough. Thicker strings are harder to play but can be used if it suits your play style. Twelves’ give a tight feel but thirteen’s are a bit too stiff. It comes down to personal preference.

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