The Martin Concert Ukulele FSC is a top-drawer acoustic instrument made from premium materials with an incredible dedication to detail. Serious players will appreciate the FSC-certified solid mahogany body and neck and FSC-certified ebony fingerboard and bridge for more than their standout tone. Each tonewood on the ukulele is certified to be sustainably and ethically harvested, which means you can own an heirloom-quality instrument without compromising your ethical standards. Other impressive features include ratio tuning machines for fast, accurate tuning that holds over time. If you're ready to set the right tone for your uke playing â€” and the planet â€” then consider the Martin Concert Ukulele FSC.
Every once in a while, the right pieces of wood come together to create something special. This ukulele has a genuine mahogany body and neck along with an ebony fingerboard. Combined with Martin's detail-oriented construction, the premium materials come alive with a one-of-a-kind sound. When we put this ukulele through the 55-point Inspection in the Sweetwater Guitar Gallery, our guitar technicians were astounded by the sheer volume the instrument can create. And no matter how hard we strummed it, each note rang out clearly. We feel confident that you'll also enjoy the Martin Concert Ukulele FSC's projection and limitless headroom.
Martin has been making ukuleles by hand for more than a century. Since then, they've provided players with top-quality instruments with one significant benefit â€” attention to detail. At their heart, Martin is a relatively small, family-run business that makes each instrument as if it's their last. On the Martin Concert Ukulele FSC, you'll discover small details that drastically change the instrument's sound and feel. You'll notice the rounded body edges for increased comfort, compensated TUSQ nut and saddle for improved intonation, expertly dressed frets for smooth playability, and much more. Today, nearly two centuries after opening shop, Martin continues to produce world-renowned handmade instruments right here in the USA.