dhani harrison uke

The tenor-sized uke features updated electronics and an ovangkol top, back, and sides.

Fender has today announced its collaboration with multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, Dhani Harrison, to launch his first Signature Series Ukulele as part of its renowned Artist Signature Series.


Dhani grew up playing the ukulele, which soon became an integral tool in his songwriting. The new Dhani Harrison Ukulele is available in two distinct and eye-catching finishes, featuring an engraved Shiva Yantra design on the back of the instrument and Shiva moon phases decorating the fingerboard, both of which hold personal significance to Harrison.

Having carved a unique career path as a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and singer-songwriter, Dhani Harrison's versatility onstage and behind the scenes has led him to collaborations with a range of artists as varied as Wu-Tang Clan to Jeff Lynne. Harrison grew up playing the ukulele, which soon became an integral tool in his songwriting. Now he's partnered with Fender to launch the Dhani Harrison Signature Ukulele. The model is available in two different finishes, each with its own unique fretboard inlays and engraved designs on the back of the instrument, all which hold personal significance to Harrison. The Dhani Harrison Signature Ukulele is designed for live performance, both are tenor-sized and feature a solid ovangkol top with ovangkol back and sides as well as a ¾ depth, upgraded Fender electronics, distinctive build and eye-catching aesthetics that will challenge you to expand your musical horizons.

Unique features include:

  • Two unique finishes: a Sapphire Blue and a Turquoise stained finish
  • Tenor-size ukulele
  • Solid ovangkol top with ovangkol back and sides
  • ¾ depth and upgraded Fender electronics with tone knob
  • Custom inlay work
  • ($249.99 USD, £229 GBP, €259 EUR, $549 AUD, ¥30,000 JPY)

The Dhani Harrison Ukulele | Artist Signature Series | Fender

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