Yay, a ukulele for sale! You may not be aware of the many different choices you have when shopping for a ukulele. When we think of a ukulele, we often have this image of a miniature guitar, maybe even held by a man with a big nose and curly hair. But there are a number of different types of ukulele, as well as different shapes. Which you buy is up to you, but here are the choices you will most likely see when shopping . . .
While most ukuleles are made from koa wood, the sizes and shapes can differ. The other most common woods used is Spruce and Mahogany. There are four basic types of ukulele:
Along with these four standard types, a ukulele can come in different shapes, ranging from a cigar-box shape to a pineapple shape. The standard shape is like a small guitar. Manufacturers are always trying to improve or innovate the design of the ukulele. You now have ukuleles that are known as Fluke ukuleles, which sport a more triangular body. Some ukuleles are even solid. The choice of material also is expanded from koa wood to plastic or other types of wood. When you buy a ukulele, you will want to have considered beforehand the many choices of uke's for sale available today.Return to Home Page
Apr 22, 17 08:15 AM
You can learn to play the ukulele by watching these ukulele video lessons.
Apr 22, 17 07:55 AM
This ukulele video lesson is a pop song called, "Chained to the Rhythm", by Katy Perry.
Apr 15, 17 09:54 PM
With this ukulele video lesson, I'll be teaching you how to play, “I Feel It Coming” by The Weeknd, featuring Daft Punk.