Redwood B20 Baritone Ukulele - Natural

Product ID: 99781
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  • Perfect beginners Baritone Ukulele
  • Laminated mahogany body
  • Composite wood fingerboard
  • Composite wood Bridge
  • Baritone Ukulele


The Redwood B20 Ukulele is designed for beginners wanting to take their first steps into the rewarding world of playing Ukulele. A superb instrument for folk, country and unique ensembles, the Redwood B20 is a great little instrument that employs some exceptional components to give you a great playing experience without the big price tag.

Classic construction

Redwood have used the classic combination of a laminated mahogany body for superior projection with a composite fingerboard for hard-wearing and durable comfort. The profile of the neck is very smooth and will sit comfortably in the hand. This is ideal for those wanting to play and practice for longer sessions without the discomfort.

The composite wood fingerboard also matches the finish of the bridge as well. Giving a uniformed, smart look to the overall finish. The tuners are robust and will hold the 4 strings in perfect tune for a long time.

Baritone register

Despite the Ukulele's reputation for being a high-pitched instrument, the Redwood B20 is a baritone ukulele, meaning it will cover a lower register to that of a concert or tenor ukulele. Think of it as the bass guitar of the Ukulele world!

Superb for beginners and for those that wan't an instrument to practice on, the Redwood B20 Baritone Ukulele delivers splendidly, especially at this low price!

Manufacturer Redwood
Model B20 Ukulele
Body Material Laminated Mahogany
No. of Frets 12
Bridge Composite wood
Finish Natural
Posted on 01/12/2019 by Very good low cost instrument. It feels nice to play with a pleasant mellow tone. The E string is sligtly closer to the edge of the fretboard than the D, so care is needed not to slip off when playing, and at this price point there is no truss rod, but for a player wanting a cheap way to build up the full set of Ukes, this is a fun addition. Also, as a baritone it is very easy for guitarists to switch to playing.
Posted on 17/07/2019 by It's really cheap and with Aquila strings it sounds really nice BUT on my one the D string the metal what wraps round it keeps snapping leaving it sounding slitely muted .I put an A string off a tenner guitar that lasted longer than the usual D string .

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