The soprano ukulele is also known as the standard ukulele because it is the closest size to the original ukulele made in Hawaii in the late 19th century. The soprano ukulele is the most famous ukulele. The soprano is usually about 21 inches long, with only 12-15 sounds depending on the model. This gives it the smallest performance range for all ukulele types, and the twelve-tone model has only twenty-two semitones (C4-A5).
The soprano ukulele is very popular because it is small, so the distance between the sounds is small. This makes the chord position of the little hand easier to implement than a small guitar. The size of the soprano ukulele also makes it the perfect travel companion for musicians who like to go on the road. However, for big hands, the little soprano may be harder to play, and they may have difficulty navigating on such a concentrated fingerboard.
The soprano ukulele standard is adjusted to the reentrant adjustment of the G4-C4-E4-A4. Most commonly, Soprano ukulele is equipped with nylon polymer strings that help to provide classic highs and harsh sounds for the soprano. Soprano ukulele is a common ukulele because there are many relatively low cost and beginner friendly models on the market.
There are also some free online learning resources, covering the materials of beginner soprano ukulele players, as well as good tools for beginners, such as our own Ukulele Tuner and Ukulele Tuning App. Intermediate and advanced players are also well cared for, so it is possible to succeed on Soprano ukulele without spending too much money on lessons, music or other materials.
Edit by Bonnie
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