Are you looking for the best ukuleles in 2020? There are so many different options on the market. Fortunately, we have selected 10 of the very elite models out there in a variety of different sizes, and with different options to suit different players.[Read more…]
If you’re looking for the best ukuleles for beginners in 2020 you will probably not want to spend too much money, and there are cheap options out there including ukes under $100.
You might be unsure of whether or not ukulele is the hobby for you. In this case it’s understandable not to want to spend too much on buying your uke. In this guide, we will show you the top budget options for starters and those who are brand new to the hobby, and you don’t even have to spend a lot of money to get started.[Read more…]
In this guide, we’re looking at the best tenor ukuleles in 2020. The tenor size is the second largest, and the biggest with standard ukulele tuning, so it is popular among players of all sizes including those with larger hands. A tenor ukulele can be comfortable to play and give plenty of projection. Our list of the best tenor ukuleles on the market can provide options with many different designs and at different price points, with something to suit every budget.[Read more…]
In this guide, we’re exploring some of the best baritone ukuleles on the market in 2020. This is the largest of the mainstream sizes of uke. They’re 29 inches long and have a bit more of a focus on the lower frequencies when compared to some of the other options on the market like concert or soprano ukuleles.
They’re tuned differently, making them an ideal transitional instrument for those who are playing the guitar already. Baritone ukes can also be great for those with larger hands who might struggle with some smaller ukuleles.[Read more…]
Learning a new instrument is full of challenges, but one of the first and most essential to get right is tuning.
With an out-of-tune instrument, learning your favorite songs is going to be virtually impossible, and even if you do manage to learn them correctly, they aren’t going to sound right.