What are the Different Sizes of Ukulele – Soprano, Concert, Tenor, and Baritone(II)

- Mar 21, 2019 -

Tenor Ukulele

The tenor ukulele is just a little bit bigger than the concert uke. The overall sound and tone is even fuller than it’s smaller brothers. For performers, the tenor ukulele is great because you get a rich full sound, and since you have more frets, you’re able to reach higher notes on the fretboard.

Tenor ukuleles are commonly tuned in standard re-entrant or linear tuning, but some will choose to tune it lower like a baritone ukulele to DGBE.


Baritone Ukulele

The baritone ukulele is the biggest of the ukes. It’s tuned down lower to DGBE, which is equivalent to the tuning of the bottom four strings on a guitar. This is going to produce a deeper sound. While you can still strum it like any other ukulele, you’re going to really lose that bright crisp sound that you’d get with soprano. Baritone ukes are great for blues players and fingerpickers, or those who prefer that deeper and fuller sound.

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What Ukulele is Best for Beginners?

Generally, beginners will start out on a soprano uke because you can usually find a decently playable one for a low price, comparatively speaking.


However, the best thing you can do is to go to your nearest music store or have a look on Height and try out different ukuleles. What ukulelesoundsbest to you? What ukulelefeelsbest to you? For some, what ukulelelooksbest to you? These questions are more often not answered as you start playing different kinds of ukuleles.You must know ukulele songs,must have ukulele accessories,must be love ukelele.



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