Inspired by the unique and carefree spirit of Venice, California, Fender has created soprano ukuleles that captures this vibe, the Venice series.Due to the size of the compact and comfortable instrument, the Venice ukulele travels easily from the beach to the studio or jam room, maintaining a classic sound that is very much to the liking of today's musicians. This model has daphne blue finish.
The Fender Venice soprano ukulele has all the quality and style of the Fender in a compact and comfortable instrument full of good vibes.
Fender is a popular brand and as there are few instruments as popular as the ukuleles, it made perfect sense for the American brand to make its own. The Venice series of Fender ukuleles has been inspired by the unique and carefree spirit of Venice Beach, California, and has this vibe while incorporating the classic Fender style.
The Fender Venice is a soprano ukulele, with the whole body made of laminated linden. The arm is in oriental or natural mahogany, a very dense, durable and durable wood that provides greater support for sound. The scale is in 12-fret laminated hardwood.
The Fender Venice's distinctive aesthetic is the head, designed in the traditional Fender format, with four patented Fender 4-in-line Tele® tuners, open, chrome-plated and top-mounted gears, as in the iconic brand, which gives both an original and distinct look as well as a certain air of rock'n'roll to these ukuleles.
The placement of the strings will also inspire guitars, with the same system of fixing the strings on the bridge, which facilitates their exchange, much faster and more effective. The soprano ukulele has four strings, tuned in G3 - C4 - E4 - A4, the G being the top string.
As it is a Fender, we know that the quality of construction and sound is guaranteed. And the bet they made in this series is so great that they decided to take a traditional instrument and do it in their image, without changing the fundamental in a simple instrument, but lending its style and solidity.
The ukulele Fender Venice is the smallest of ukulele models because it is soprano, being much easier to handle, facilitating the dexterity of those who are still discovering the ukulele. Another detail is the C arm, which makes it very comfortable to hold and touch.
On the beach, in the studio or jam sessions, the Fender Venice ukulele joins the best of two worlds: the classic sound of a traditional instrument with the irreverent style of one of the most important brands in the history of music. Feel the good vibes