In any music store display, all eyes are drawn to bright, flashy colors! Our Diamond Head DU-100 ukes are available in eleven beautiful colors that will thrill all customers—kids will love ’em—grownups too! Once the crowds are at your uke display, they’ll notice the careful workmanship and hear the bright, pleasing tones of your Diamond Head ukes—they’ll feel how easy they are to play. When they see the amazingly affordable price, it’s a done deal— and they’ll leave with a Diamond Head Ukulele!
Making its first major appearance in the USA at the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Fair in San Francisco, the ukulele continues to delight and attract fans of every age, gender and skill level. Little has changed in the design of these diminutive tonal powerhouses; which is a testament to the design perfection achieved right from the start. The most popular and often the most affordable shape continues to be the soprano size. It’s easy to carry, has that traditional sound and can be remarkably affordable, too.
The Diamond Head Polychrome ukuleles collection was designed to be affordable without sacrificing tonal quality or playability. As a result, maple was chosen for these fine instruments and imparts a crisp, bright edge to the otherwise warm, airy island sound that is most familiar to all.
Normally, affordable ukuleles are often perceived to be more “toy-like,” than taken seriously as a genuine musical instrument. With Diamond Head Polychrome ukuleles, you can be sure that each instrument is constructed with the same attention to detail the one might expect in more costly instruments. From all angles, the construction is clean, and the fit and finish will exceed expectation.
The Polychrome Series is available in a complete rainbow of colors to assure mass appeal…each with an accompanying color-matched gig bag. The painted fingerboards have accurately spaced, smooth and polished frets, while the guitar-style, geared tuners are more accurate than planetary-style tuners; effectively taking the guesswork out of tuning.