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Octopus ukulele wall hanger

£8.39 inc. VAT

  • Wall hanger for safely storing small instruments
  • Suitable for ukulele, violin, or mandolin
  • Sturdy hardwood mount with a sleek natural finish
  • Adjustable hook cushioned with smooth foam rubber
  • Includes all fittings needed to secure the hanger to the wall
Our stylish hardwood hanger provides a convenient and safe place to store your instrument while not in use. It is easy to install and allows any violin, viola, mandolin, or ukulele to be displayed proudly while taking up minimal space. This makes it an ideal choice for musicians who need easy access to their instrument but prefer not to use up floor space with a stand.

Each sturdy wooden base is made from a block of specially selected hardwood and is coated with a protective layer of lustrous varnish. The protruding powder-coated steel yoke can be rotated to suit the angle of your instrument and will comfortably hold its weight. There is also a thick layer of foam rubber padding around the hook which cradles the neck of your instrument, ensuring its protection against any potential damage.

Everything you need to fit this hanger is supplied in the box, including mounting screws and rawl plugs. This means installation on most walls is quick and easy, making this holder suitable for use almost anywhere.
 
  • Superior manufacturing
    and a quality finish

    All of our models feature quality components and specially selected materials to ensure long life and consistent tone.
  • Aquila Nylgut strings
    as standard

    Each ukulele comes fitted with Aqiula Nylgut strings as standard, the best in the world for intonation and tone
  • Durable and ready
    for anything

    You simply won’t find a better ukulele for beginners, and advanced players will also be pleasantly surprised at their quality.

What people are saying about our ukuleles

“I’d definitely recommend it to ukulele newcomers on a budget and I think it would make a very rugged uke for younger children” Ukulele Go!
“I really don't know how they do it for the price... in the contest of the Dolphin vs the Octopus... well, the Octopus wins!” Got A Ukulele