Flight FC Ukulele Capo
Flight FC Ukulele Capo. Flight offers a growing selection of ukulele accessories, such as this capo. Sized specifically for the ukulele, the Flight FC Capo is made from aluminum. The spring loaded mechanism of the capo allows you to quickly change the key of your instrument, allowing your music to take Flight in whatever key you choose.
What makes Flight Ukuleles different?
Flight Ukuleles. There are a number of ways that Flight is different. Our company values people and connections with people, so we take time to build relationships with our customers and to support them as they create their own music. We want to provide quality instruments at affordable prices. We try to design instruments that look amazing and play well. We want to offer excellent customer service. While we pay attention to what is happening in the ukulele market, we believe that we are our own competition–so we continue to introduce exciting new models and to refine the models that we offer.
We have a team in China that helps us to maintain our high standards of quality control. This team is essential in helping us build and refine our ukuleles to meet our–and your–high expectations for what the ukulele experience should be.
Ukuleles, particularly ukuleles made with wood, have their own voice, and no two ukuleles will sound exactly alike. People have different opinions as to what they like in an instrument. While we can’t promise that every player will love every one of our ukuleles, we work very hard to make sure that every Flight Ukulele is a “good” ukulele.
While many of our models are affordable, we purposely avoid selling “junky” ukuleles.
We have relationships with exclusive artists, members of our Flight Crew, and other creators. We believe that our company has a “soul,” an attitude, and a vibe which is positive and energetic, because we’re more than “just” a company. And we’re going to do our best to stay connected with our “soul” even as we continue to grow.
Can Flight ukuleles be setup left handed?
Yes, with one caveat. In many cases, you can reverse the order of the strings, and things will be just fine. However, the C string is larger than the E string, and the grooves in the nut reflect the thickness of the strings. It is possible that the nut may need to be modified to be slightly wider for the new position of the C string, and it is possible–especially if the action on the ukulele has been lowered–that the E string could buzz in its new location. If either of these things are true, and you are not comfortable with diagnosing the problem–visit a luthier in your area that can help you out.
Flight FC Ukulele Capo