Octopus has been providing high quality beginner ukuleles for almost a decade, and the new 2021 UK215 carries this tradition forward.
It is a core part of the Octopus brand philosophy that an instrument should encourage and inspire the player. This is especially important for a first instrument which can make the difference between a lifelong passion and a passing fad gathering dust.
Our range of concert ukuleles comes in three colours: Dark blue burst, Natural, and old violin burst.These more subtle high quality finishes gives the concert ukulele a great, classic look.
Explore the depths of your inner musician with the most popular instrument of the moment, and trust Octopus to deliver a standard of instrument which belies the modest price point.
Find your new muse
Be moved to song by the approachable elegance of the Octopus UK215C series. Your first few chords are printed on the box, which will get you serenading in no time!
Size and range
The concert ukulele is a slightly larger instrument, compared to the soprano ukulele (approximately 24") This allows for more space between the strings, as well as a larger body creating a fuller sound. It has twelve frets and a total range between C4 and A5.
These Octopus ukuleles are built to be enjoyed for a lifetime. The classical guitar style bridge is accurately bonded directly to the body for excellent sound production and reliability.
The tuning pegs are geared like a guitar meaning the strings are easier to tighten and will hold their pitch for longer. The side walls of the body are fully lined for stability, sound projection and high-quality appearance. Every edge and all the frets have been smoothed and finished to a standard higher than many more expensive instruments.
Aquila Nylgut® strings
Each ukulele comes fitted with Aquila Nylgut® strings as standard, the best in the world for intonation and tone. Produced exclusively in Italy, the Aquila factory produces approximately 300,000 ukulele strings every day – that’s enough to re-string 75,000 Octopus ukuleles!
Free carry case
When not in use, your Octopus can protect itself from spills and splashes by hiding in your handy gig bag which acts as a carrying case, supplied free with every instrument.