2000s Fluke M-20 Tenor Ukulele

The Magic Fluke company makes a number of uke-family products, but their Fluke and Flea plastic-backed ukes are the most popular. This one is lightly-used and sounds clean, full, and loud. It has a ply top and synthetic (plastic) "bowlback" design with a flat bottom edge that lets it stand-up "at rest" without a separate stand. It's a very rugged, practical design that's perfectly designed for the player who's on-the-go and taking an instrument everywhere.

A local consignor brought this by with a few other instruments, so it's available and has its original gigbag, too. I imagine it was made around 2010 or so, but it might be earlier. It's all in good order. The strings are mismatched (3 Aquila, 1 fluorocarbon) but they still sound just fine.

Work included: a light setup and cleaning. Action is 1/16" at the 12th fret and the neck is straight.

Scale length: 17"
Nut width: 1 1/2"
String spacing at nut: 1 3/16"
String spacing at bridge: 1 11/16"
Body length: 11 1/2"
Lower bout width: 7 1/2"
Side depth at deepest: 3"
Top wood: ply birch(?)
Back/sides: plastic/synthetic
Neck wood: maple
Fretboard: molded plastic
Bridge: unknown wood
Neck feel: flat board, slim-medium flattened-U shape

It comes with: its original drawstring gigbag.

The "open" single-slot headstock is a way for the company to not have to cut an angle at the headstock (and thus use simple flat maple stock), because the tuners being at the side of the headstock allow for adequate downpressure at the nut. The tuners are typical Grover friction pegs, however.