denying the ukulele’s charm. The ukulele is a great instrument to pick up,
whether you’re a guitar player looking for a little variety or even if you’ve
never played an instrument before. This fun and entertaining instrument is easy
to learn. If you’re not playing one already, these reasons might get you to
Photo from:Ukulele Hymns
Here are seven
reasons to start playing the ukulele now:
It’s Easy to Learn
The ukulele is
easier to learn than the guitar and other stringed instruments like the
mandolin. Its soft nylon strings are gentler on your fingertips and don’t
create finger pain like our Full Size 4 String Electric Bass Guitar or the 39″ Full Size 6 String Classical Guitar do. The small size reduces wrist tension because the
notes are reachable without stretching. Plus, it only has four strings, which
makes chord shapes and scales easier to learn.
Buying a ukulele
won’t strain your wallet the way other instruments do. We’re offering brand new
ukuleles and carrying bag for $16.95 in either coffee or black color. This will
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It’s the ultimate
travel instrument. You can take it virtually anywhere. Toss it in the back of
your car. Take it to the beach. Bring it on a plane. In fact, ours is 21 inches
It’s Fun and Friendly
The ukulele is an
incredibly social instrument because it’s not intimidating at all and can be
played by anyone, young or old, musician or non-musician. Its happy, joyful
tone make it a delight to play and accessible to everyone.
They Just Sound Great
The ukulele has a
rich, warm sound that is sure to put a smile on your face and those around you.
It’s a perfect pick-me-up whether in your bedroom by yourself or at a party
Songs Easily Adapt to the Ukulele
You can play most
popular songs on the ukulele in a variety of genres (yes, even metal). And even
those songs with complex chords can be pared down to the ukulele to make them
easier to play because of the instruments four strings.
Photo from: Woodstock Chimes
Guitar Technique and Knowledge Translates to the Uke
can switch back and forth between the uke with ease. All of the scale and chord
shapes that you learned on the guitar can be used on the ukulele, they just
have different names.