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Grace VanderWaal gets a signature ukulele from Fender!!!

Grace VanderWaal, who won America's Got Talent at the age of 12, has been on the scene for approximately a year. Here are some of her most memorable moments from the past year.

Grace VanderWaal, a 13-year-old Suffern resident, will get her own signature series Fender, but it will be a ukulele in her instance, joining the ranks of legends like Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy.

According to a press release, VanderWall will be the first ukulele player and the youngest musician to get a Fender signature model.

""I'm looking forward to designing these ukuleles, and I hope my fans enjoy them as much as I do," VanderWaal added. "Having my own one-of-a-kind ukulele to share with my followers so that others around the world can appreciate the power of music and learn to play has always been a dream of mine!" VanderWaal began her career at the age of 12 when she won "America's Got Talent." She's been nominated for a Teen Choice Award in the "Choice Next Big Thing" category. "Just The Beginning," her debut album, will be published on November 3rd.

VanderWaal reportedly used three types of Fender's California Coast series ukuleles during the Austin City Limits festival in October, according to Fender. The trademark Fender ukulele of VanderWaal is planned to be introduced next year.

All Fender signature line guitars are created with the artist's vision in mind. Some players, like as VanderWaal, have direct input on the instrument's design and manufacture. 

Clapton, Guy, Jeff Beck, Ritchie Blackmore, Billy Corgan, David Gilmore, Robert Cray, Eric Johnson, Yngwie Malmsteen, John Mayer, Dave Murray, Jim Root, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jimi Hendrix are among the performers who have used Fender signature series guitars and basses.

"They've collaborated with so many incredible artists, so it's an honor that they'd collaborate with me to debut my own signature ukulele line next year!" According to VanderWaal.

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