Eddy Finn Ukuleles

Eddy Finn are a relatively recent entrant to the ukulele market (founded in 2010) based in Indianapolis. Their ukes are immediately recognisable by their sharks-fin sound holes. You can find out more about them on their website.

On Video

Aldrine Guerrero chats with the Eddie Finn folks at NAMM 2012.

On eBay US

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On eBay UK

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Eddie Finn Review

Imastrummer discusses his Eddy Finn banjolele.

7 Comments

  1. Scott Becker September 24th, 2012 6:05 pm

    I selected an Eddy Finn electric/acoustic Koa tenor as my first uke. It’s a quality instrument, I fell in love with it. Beauty and brains.

  2. Dvae January 9th, 2013 4:17 am

    I recently acquired a Spalted Maple Tenor. Eddy Finn Ukuleles are made in China but are of excellent quality. The US distributor which is SHS international stands by their products like no company I have ever seen! How do I know – because I got mine for FREE! As for the ukulele itself, it has nice sound, is nicely made and is an excellent alternative to the dime-a-dozen Kalas. I am used to playing high end Kamaka Ukuleles and while this instrument does not approach the Kamaka – it isn’t meant to. It is an affordable ukulele that looks cool and is fun to play. AND something unique: They are scented like pineapple/coconut – it’s gimicky – but very fun.

  3. Max April 19th, 2013 7:45 am

    As an under-18, I chose an Eddy Finn EF 15 Soprano as my second uke, and I am loving it. It looks amazing, feels amazing, and plays like a dream.

  4. Michal Pasma August 20th, 2013 3:15 pm

    I bought Eddy Finn EF-MBL Minnow in beautiful blue colour as a travel uke. I simply can´t describe how happy I am with this tiny uke! It looks like childs´toy but it is just illusion..Sound is very good, of course partly due to replaced bad factory strings. I restrung it with Aquila and the uke´s sounds is great now. When I hold it gently, without pressing it to my body very firmly it has incredibly colourful sound full of natural aliquotes..I spent 2 hours in the guitar store choosing among Eddy Finn Minnows..now I am happy..it sounds great..it holds tuning..it looks well..and believe me or not..it has beautiful woody scent . Minnow is maybe one of the cheapest ukes on market but for the price you get sound quality which is at least ten times higher. When I compare Minnow to my tenor uke Baton Rouge which was for EUR 110,- difference is not so big…So I am absolutely satisfied. I highly recommend this to everyone who wants much music for less money…

  5. Rusty August 22nd, 2013 4:10 pm

    I picked up a E.F. ef-3, a molten pink one. IT IS AWESOME!!!!!
    It is awesome right out of the box, you can put better strings on it, or not.
    Tuner is a must have.
    Sound rates a def 5 with better strings.
    psst. I think this one is better than the Fender in this price range.

  6. Evert White January 21st, 2014 12:59 pm

    my friend got me a red eddy finn minnow for my birthday. quite frankly, i love it! good sound, easy to hold, fun to play!

  7. Cameron April 19th, 2014 10:38 pm

    I am a violin player, but I wanted an instrument which can play chords and is easy to play, to teach my young children.

    I saw an Eddy Finn concert ukulele (EF-5-C) and had a little play in the shop, and realised it was actually a real musical instrument, and extremely good value at the price.

    I am enjoying laerning how to play it.

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