Tag Archives: Electric
January 4, 2012 by Tim
The contest is DONE!! 162 entities!! Winner will be announced soon. Here is link to all but 1 entry Welcome …
April 11, 2011 by Tim
A little over a year ago I was able to review a solid body concert Eleuke (the CCK100BL-MP3, review here) …
January 1, 2011 by Tim
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! And what a year! Just like last year I am posting all the ukes that are at …
August 3, 2010 by Tim
Here we have another NAMM acquisition. I must confess that I have owned one of these pedals for 3 years now, but it is not this version exactly. Mine is a little older and I did not get the software with mine. My serial # 000115, the new one is 502105, not that I think 500,000 were made after mine, it is just mine is pretty old in comparison.
While I was on the floor at NAMM I walked by the Zoom booth and just stopped to see if they had anything new, and they do but it is pretty much just for electric guitars, not super useful for ukulele players. I noticed they had the same pedal I have and started to talk to a rep about it and they seemed excited and wanted to send me the new one with the software and all so I could write about it. 3 days after I got back from Nashville, TN it was at my door. I guess they were excited for me to do something with it.
May 6, 2010 by Tim
Meet David from Rochester, MN. He is the winner of the Eleuke!
April 1, 2010 by Tim
I am going to giveaway the Eleuke that I just reviewed to one lucky reader.
March 23, 2010 by Tim
Imagine if back in the day when Led Zeppelin was forming and Jimmy Page decided that his main instrument would be a ukulele!!! If that did happen, and Eleuke was making these ukuleles, he would have played it. I think Led Zeppelin would have been even bigger than they were!…….. Maybe not, But it would have been cool to see.
When someone says ukulele most think of the standard design of a 3 inch deep hollow box with a wood neck, with the wood grain showing, and friction tuners. They don’t think of a 1/2″ thick solid sparkle blue ukulele with a cut away body, geared tuners, no sound hole, and 3 jacks in the end. But why NOT! Uke players can rock out with the best of them gosh darn it!!! (Gotta keep it family friendly) And with the personal MP3 player input you can rock out along with the best of them without disturbing the whole house when you use the built in amp with your headphones plugged in