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DUKE 10 Launched a Kickstarter Campaign Set to Revolutionize the Banjo Ukulele


Russell, New Zealand -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/02/2017 -- Duke 10 has been launched as a solution to create a lightweight yet powerful banjolele. This remarkable instrument has no excessive hardware, heavy woods, pointless resonators or embellishments that don't add value or tunefulness and only increase the cost. The instrument is lightweight and produces amazing sound and is sooo easy to play. It is fully adjusted right out of the box meaning users can start playing immediately.

Not only is the DUKE 10 light to hold at half the weight of the 4lb+ monsters, it is an acoustic/electric instrument as well as a strummer. It is inexpensive to buy without sacrificing quality meaning anyone can afford it to polish their talents. Furthermore, it is durable with some of the finest components and elegant construction.

Following are the technical specifications of DUKE 10.

- Instrument weight: 2lbs 2oz (1kg)
- Total length: 9" (64cm)
- Drum: 10" (25.4cm)
- Frets: 18 - 5ply birch
- Action: Fret 1 - 0.5mm to 0.75mm, Fret 12 - 2.2mm to 3.0mm
- Nut width: 4" (35mm)
- Arm rest: Chrome Plated Aluminum
- Neck: Solid Mahogany
- Strings: Aquila Supernylgut
- Drum head: High Impact Polyvinyl
- Tailpiece: Precision "Smooth Edge"

You can hear and see many examples of the instrument being played the DUKE 10 Kickstarter campaign site, located on the web at: It offers pledge levels from NZ$10 to NZ$1370 with perks and rewards ranging from a 'Thank You Note' as a gratitude to the two signed DUKE 10 Ukuleles.

About DUKE 10
DUKE 10 is a remarkable musical instrument that will be the lightest tenor banjo ukulele ever with electrical features and advanced playing. The instrument has an array of options and is practical yet elegant.

The sounds produced will be unlike any other of its kind and this remarkable creation from New Zealand is now seeking your support on Kickstarter at

Contact Person: Edward Ackman
Company: DUKE banjo ukuleles
Address: Russell, Bay of Islands - New Zealand
Phone: 64 (0) 217 61455