Billie Eilish has teamed up with Fender for her first signature ukulele.
Fender announced its collaboration with the 'Bad Guy' singer-songwriter for a signature concert-sized ukulele on Tuesday (09/08).
The Billie Eilish Ukulele is available now. @Fender https://t.co/yx7SckOY8u pic.twitter.com/z5QuS15wiZ— billie eilish (@billieeilish) September 8, 2020
The 15-inch-scale-length ukulele is stage-ready, made of Sapele, emblazoned with Billie's signature blohsh symbol, with a Nato neck and flat walnut fingerboard with 16 frets, and is packed with a Fishman Kula preamp.
“The great thing about this ukulele is that the one you see Billie playing onstage in front of 30,000 people is the exact same one you can buy in the store for under $300,” Michael Schulz, Fender’s Head of Signature Artists, says in a statement.
While the ukulele might not exactly be the first instrument people think about when they hear Billie Eilish's music, it was the first instrument she learned how to play and is also featured on her tracks '8' and 'Party Favor.'
Billie Eilish and Fender are also donating to the Aloha Mele Fund, a newly-establish fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation, that supports coronavirus relief efforts for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities in Hawaii. Fans may also donate to the effort here.
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Order Billie Eilish's signature ukulele here for $300 USD.
Billie Eilish was initially scheduled to perform in Shanghai, Taipei, Hong Kong, Yokohama, and Manila as part of the Where Do We Go? World Tour this year. The tour has been postponed indefinitely.
Check out Billie Eilish's 'my future' music video below.