Noah 8 String Baritone Ukulele

(9 customer reviews)


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The Noah 8 string ukulele was a new addition to the Noah range for 2018. It has an attractive slotted headstock, and a strap button fitted. It is fitted with octave strings for D and G and unison strings for B and E.


Body: Solid Mahogany back and sides; Solid Spruce top
Neck: Solid Maple neck
Nut/Saddle: Bone
Strings: Set up with Aquila strings


Finish: Available in satin or gloss
Case: Supplied with a soft padded case

Additional information


Satin, Gloss


None, Fishman Sonitone

9 reviews for Noah 8 String Baritone Ukulele

  1. John Taylor (verified owner)

    Had the 8 string baritone for a couple of weeks now. I must admit I love playing it. It feels so easy to play and your hand glides along the neck. It is wide enough to finger pick with comfort but I love the double string sound when strummed. Not a big fan of aquilla strings but these seem to compliment the build perfectly. Lovely tone, intonation and sustain. Great fun and would recommend to any one looking for something slightly different.
    Very nice looker by the way and the gig bag was an extra bonus.
    Great stuff

  2. Nick Williams (verified owner)

    Arrived yesterday, well packed and on time. A superb instrument. Solid, well finished, a bit of ‘patterning’ in the top wood (grey streaks) but it’s probably natural and it doesn’t bother me. The sound is everything I’d hoped for, full and slightly ‘eastern’ sounding… like most 8 string instruments (and even 12 string guitars). The playing action is just right for me, it doesn’t need ‘setting up’. I’ve got a room full of guitars and ukes, but I’ve got a feeling this is going to be my No. 1 instrument from now on. Well worth £300.

  3. Paul Mackintosh (verified owner)

    Having been playing guitars for neck end of 60 years,my favourite being my 12 string acoustic. I dipped my toe into the ukulele market a couple of years ago and love it. This got me to start looking into an 8 string version, after reviewing many options I came across Noah’s Ukulele site, loved the background story of Noah and subsequently bought the Baritone 8 string with gloss finish which arrived on Friday.
    It looks amazing, fantastic finish, superb attention to detail, a great action and a beautiful sound.
    All for under £300 AND you get a gig bag as part of the deal!
    I have got an absolute gem for the money, the quality of the wood is classy.
    I am going to get many hours of playing pleasure from this instrument.
    One thing I would suggest is to have the option to choose one or two strap buttons fitted when ordering (purely a personal choice for me).
    Matt is a Top Guy with a great product range.
    If you’re in the market for a Uke, check out his website.
    You won’t regret it.

  4. Christopher Barsby

    When will you have more 8 string Baratones ready for sale?

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  7. Graham Ivey

    What a beautiful uke and what a sweet, sweet sound. I’m left handed but was able to restring it and flip the bridge with ease.

  8. Jim Alexander

    I’ve had an 8 string Noah Bari for a while now. And while the value for money is pretty good and the sound also good and I now play little else I have a couple of small comments. First, I have changed the strings to a new set of Aquilas which sound better and also feel better. The fitted ones just felt very rubbery. Second the apps between the strings seem a little wide and a little irregular. I’ve got used to it now.

  9. Ian Kirk (verified owner)

    I have just got into baritone ukes and have come to really enjoy their me!lower tone. I already have an 8 string tenor and so the obvious next step was an 8 string baritone. Guess who I chose to buy it from . . . Noah!
    I have several of theirs already and this is an excellent addition to my collection. I love the dark sunburst around the edge, the wide nut is almost like playing a guitar and the sound (once it’s in tune) is lovely and full.
    Thanks Matt for this ukulele.

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