For People Who Want Summer Now
Songbird Ocarina Announces 35% off on their Songbird Ukuleles
The Ukulele is an instrument based on several small guitar-like instruments of Portuguese origin; however, it is most commonly associated with music from Hawaii.
"Summer is quickly approaching, what better way to kick it off than with one of our Songbird Ukuleles?" said Durian Songbird, the owner of Songbird Ocarina. "We want to give our customers a discount so they can start summer early! One strum of our Songbird Ukulele and you have summer at your fingertips. The sweet, laid-back, tropical sound of the Ukulele just takes you there!"
The Ukulele offered by Songbird Ocarina, the Songbird Ukulele, has a maple wood body and a rosewood fingerboard. The fingerboard comes with fret markers and the top of the neck contains the Songbird logo.
"The Ukulele is an instrument that is very easy to learn and play." said Songbird. "Our customers tell us they are able to play songs within the first week of owning it!" He continued, "Unlike the guitar, the strings are made of nylon so you don't have to build up calluses to play." He continued, "It is such a small instrument it is easy to travel with. People tell us they take it with them everywhere....especially the beach!"
Songbird says the instrument is ideal not only for adults, but also for children. "It's small size also makes it a great instrument for children. Their little hands will have no trouble playing every chord on the Songbird Ukulele!"
Songbird Ocarina is a company based in Los Angeles, California. In addition to the Songbird Ukulele, their products include a wide variety of ocarinas, songbooks and also a green elf hat fashioned after Link from the video game The Legend of Zelda. Durian Songbird says they have several new products in the works that should be released over the next few months.
About Songbird Ocarinas
Songbird Ocarinas provides the finest Ocarinas in the world (http://www.amazon.com/shops/ocarina) , at a price that everyone can afford. They are passionate about Ocarinas and are dedicated to helping people master the art of playing this musical instrument.
Tel: 323 269-2524
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