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The Mahalo U-30 Painted Soprano Ukulele features all maple construction, ebonized fretboard and bridge, and...
A ukulele with some classic rock attitude.
It evokes the sound and the spirit of the Hawaiian Islands with body binding, koa sides, back, and neck, aged...
A great travel instrument you can use your guitar chops on. Get started with all the essentials for far less...
Nicely built with well-dressed frets.
Made with traditional Hawaiian koa tonewood.
Great for musicians from beginners to seasoned professionals, the LU22CGC swells with sounds of the islands.
Rich, deep tone for a pittance! Distinctive styling and appointments make this a very playable uke for a...
There is plenty of tradition and history surrounding the ukulele. Synonymous with Hawaii, the uke first washed up on its shores in the 1800s and found a unique home for itself throughout traditional Hawaiian music, as well as popular music in general. In fact, the ukulele is experience something of a renascence in recent years, with artists such as Eddie Vedder, Amanda Palmer and Jason Mraz all incorporating the instrument into their live shows and recorded material. With its increased popularity and versatility, the ukulele is a great starting point for any musician. Easy to learn the basics of, the ukulele can also provide plenty of challenge, as well as joy, for as long as you want to strum it.
When you begin your search for the perfect ukulele, you'll want to keep a few things in mind. First and foremost, remember that ukuleles come in four main sizes – soprano (which are the smallest and feature a high pitch), concert (with a mid-range tone), tenor (with a deeper tone and larger size), and baritone (with the deepest tone and is distinct tuning). Each type of ukulele offers a distinct tone, so taking the time to listen to a few examples of each can go a long way in determining with instrument is going to be ideal for you.
Of course, there are also unique variations on ukuleles available here such as the banjolele, which, as the name suggests, combines the best characteristics of the banjo and the ukulele in to one exciting new instrument. An option such as this might be perfect for any of the more adventurous types out there.
Truth be told, which ever style or size ukulele you choose, you're going to be pleased with the results. These instruments are made for performers of all skill levels and walks of life. They are rich with tones that evoke the rolling waves of the ocean hitting the beach on a warm summer day. A great addition to any collection of musical instruments, there's no reason not to own one of these instruments.