Moku MK-60S Soprano Review-from Doug Reynolds(Reno Ukulele Fest)

Here’s a great review of the new Moku Select Series Soprano from Doug Reynolds of the Reno Uke Fest-

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Ukulele Reviews
We’re starting to get in some of the ukes we’ll be raffling off at the festival. We will give away in excess of $5000 in retail value at our biggest Super Raffle ever! We’re licking our chops wondering what the gems will be from Mya-Moe, Mike DaSilva, and Oceana. Until then, I’ll tell you a little bit about ukuleles that have already arrived…

Moku MS-60S Soprano MSRP $319: (Above left) Moku Ukulele will be one of many new vendors at Reno Uke Fest this year and I’m looking forward to trying more of their models after strumming this sweet little soprano. I was expecting a concert model to show so when the MS-60S arrived I was predisposed that it was indeed a concert. I thought that it seemed a little small but was impressed by it’s feel, construction, and full sound. When I realized it was a soprano, I was even more impressed because I’m not a soprano fan, but I like this one quite a bit.

The Moku MS-60S is Asian made from solid African mahogany and comes comes equipped with Aquila Strings. The fretboard is very comfortable and feels roomy for a soprano. If you’ve looked at the various offerings from Asian factories you know that some are very nice and some are a bit shaky. I am happy to report that the quality of this specimen is outstanding and if the balance of their line is equal, I will be recommending Moku as a serious new contender in mid-range imported ukuleles. Be sure to visit Mike at the Moku table in our Marketplace! And thanks for the great donation!

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