The Noah Long Neck Soprano is an exciting new addition to the Noah range. It is made using all solid Monkeypod, and has an attractive slotted headstock. It has a nut width of 37mm, which is wider than most standard Sopranos and this has been done to make it a really comfortable instrument to play. For anyone not familiar with a long neck soprano, this basically means that the body of the instrument has the dimensions of a soprano, but it has a concert scale neck. The Noah Long Neck Soprano has 18 frets in total, and joins the body at the 14th fret.
The idea behind them is that they offer more fret space and room to move, but still retain the lovely brightness which you are looking for from a soprano ukulele.
Some ukulele players will say that they find Sopranos a bit cramped but with the longer scale neck and wider nut, I think this is definitely a Soprano that everyone can enjoy playing. Like all Noah instruments, it’s constructed using only all-solid woods and other high quality materials. It is supplied with Aquila strings and a soft padded case.