Eastrock Soprano Ukulele 21" Mahogany Bundle


85 out of 100. Incorporating 200+ ratings and reviews.

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Eastrock Soprano Ukulele 21" Mahogany Bundle

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Our rating of 85/100 is based on analysis of 200+ sources comprised of online reviews and discussions. Under the Pros and Cons headings below you'll find a condensed analysis of what those owners and users have been saying. Feel free to ask questions or add your thoughts in the comments section.

The star of this bundle is a compact all-mahogany soprano ukulele that's meant to cater to young upstarts, or for experienced musicians who want an affordable grab-and-go instrument.

The fingerboard only goes up to 15 frets, which make it easier to play.

There is also a subtle arch on the back wood which is designed to improve sustain and add a bit more warmth to the normally bright tone of small uke's.

The bundle also includes a padded gig bag, 5 picks, a set of carbon string, a microfiber polishing cloth with a flannel bag, a sand hammer, and a clip on tuner.


Being a great buy, is a nice summary of market sentiment towards the Eastrock Soprano Ukulele. Considering the price, owners are pleased with the ukulele itself, with plenty of commendations towards its low action, good intonation and smooth frets. Sound and build quality are also often favorably mentioned in reviews.


There are a few who complain of tuning instability, which most of the time is due to strings that are not "broken in". There are also some who found it to be too small.


This is a good budget friendly ukulele to consider for those who are into the compact soprano profile.

At time of publication this was on our recommended list of The Best Soprano Ukuleles.

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