Ukulele, meaning of Ukulele in Hawaii

- Apr 20, 2019-

The Ukulele Ukulele, referred to as Uke, is spelled Ukulele in the UK. It is a very cute plucked instrument that looks like a small guitar with four strings. The final is GCEA, where G and A are treble strings, which differ by a major second, and E and A differ by a pure four degrees.

 

Ukulele is divided into treble, midrange, sub-middle and bass, and the size and construction will affect the sound and volume of the Ukulele.


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Mahogany Top Ukulele with Pick Up



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Mahogany Top Ukulele with Pick Up


 

Ukulele is not a Hawaiian specialty. It was brought to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants in 1879 and landed in the United States in 1915. It quickly received the public's joy.

 

In Hawaii, Ukulele means “the gift of arrival.” In the 19th century, immigrants from Portugal came to Hawaii with Ukulele and became a local musical instrument like a small guitar. At the beginning of the 20th century, Ukulele gained attention throughout the United States. And gradually spread to the international.


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Mahogany Top Ukulele with Pick Up



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Mahogany Top Ukulele with Pick Up