Go to Content

Carlo Robelli UKB 325 Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Bass


(21 reviews)


Print page
You need Flash player 8+ and JavaScript enabled to view this video.
  • Images (4)
MSRP: Old Price $269.99 Discounted Price $149.99 Save : $120.00 (44%)
In Stock & Ready To Ship!

Protect Your Investment! ( More Info )

MSRP: Old Price $269.99 Discounted Price $149.99 Save : $120.00 (44%)
Add to Cart
The Carlo Robelli UKB 325 Acoustic Electric Ukulele Bass is truly a groundbreaking short scale (20") bass that produces the same pitches as a standard bass instrument and is tuned in traditional bass tuning, EADG. This bass produces an incredibly big sound despite its diminutive size. The UKB325 boasts a sapele body, and carries a 16-fret fingerboard on a nato neck. The UKB325 can be amplified through an onboard pickup with a 3-band EQ. The Aquila strings provide a great bass feel with balanced tension. The UKB325 is a true joy to play. Other premium features include black tuners and a matte finish. A gig bag is included.

Get your Carlo Robelli UKB 325 Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Bass today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

Things You Will Get:

  • Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Bass
  • Gig Bag

I would buy again


I sound like bob marley and the wailers!!!



Great U Bass


It has a great tone, feels really nice in my hands and came in great condition. Great value for such a low price.



All good except G string pickup


My first Ukulele bass, and acoustically it sounds great! The pickup is very quiet on the G string when plugged in, so I've had to play up the D string while recording. Its a noticeable difference, so I will have to take it in for service.



Small bass with a big sound


This worked as a travel bass when I was too lazy to carry something big. The strings are fun to mess with and it packs a punch when plugged into my bass amp.



cool beginner guitar


pretty solid beginner uke bass, would spend more if u want somethint better quality but this a great starter instrument. the squeakiness on the strings bugs me a little though.



Really really fun


It took a minute to get used to the rubber strings but once I did this little uke bass sounds extremely close to a double bass and really love playing it, for such a little instrument it has a very big sound, I bought it as a travel bass but I play it all the time now and it records very good also.



Great tone and easy on the fingers what's not to like...


Love the convenience of the short scale for practice and looking forward to using it live for an acoustic driven set. Urethane strings are gonna take some getting used to and a bit more stretching to get tuning stability.



Great, Phenominal Power--Itty, Bitty Living Space!


Bought this for my daughter's 17th birthday. She loves it! Travel size and portable because it's a Uke... plug it into an amp and it thumps!



Great little bass Uke!


Bought this for my daughter to have at school so I could get my ESP back. She loves the size and tone and the built in tuner. It's a great little jam base for beach parties and camping!



HIdden Gem Uke Bass


I was able to purchase the UKB325 at a great price right before Father's Day. I've been considering a uke bass for some time and decided to pull the trigger as I had a need for an acoustic bass that could come close to an upright sound. I'm an experienced bassist, own 8 solid body basses an have played in a classic rock cover band for the past 10 years. I had in mind to buy the Kala bass at 2.5x the price of the Carlo Robelli. But when I played them both side by side the differences were so minor that the decision was obvious. Onboard tuner is decent, 3 band EQ works well and the pickup output and preamp signal is noticeably louder than the Kala. There is also a low battery indicator. Comes with a decent gig bag as well. The workmanship is very good with no obvious defects, there are only a couple of sharpish fret ends but not so serious that I will need to do anything about it. Most people would probably not even notice. The Thundergut strings are excellent. The fretboard is flat like a uke. The neck is a comfortable width and profile with no dead spots, in fact the whole instrument sings and is very lively in my hands. I can coax a passable upright sound from it and it is just a lot of fun to play. The only negative aspect is the lack of fretboard side markers.....very easily rectified by a Sharpie marker. I would highly recommend this instrument for anyone wanting a bass uke for occasional performance and practice. I will also be using it for travel. Carlo Robelli, you hit a home run on this one!!!


Raleigh, NC


UKB 325 Acoustic-Electric Ukulele Bass

4.9 21


Warranty Info:

The manufacturer's warranty covers parts for one year and labor for one year from date of purchase. The warranty excludes damage from misuse, abuse, and contains other exclusions.

Recommended Accessories