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Ukelele Philippines

Feel Cool and Relaxed with the Ukelele

Ukulele is the small Hawaiian string instrument with a soft and carefree sound that is popular among the places with the same setting as Hawaii. This musical instrument has a portable size that makes it easier to bring it anywhere; this item is actually available in four different sizes and each one produces a different sound. If you are planning to learn how to play the ukelele (or "uke") as they call it, study the basics and select the size that you want depending on the sound or the tone and thickness of the tune that you need. In selecting a uke, the best choice would be a starter set with a low price then it is optional to move up for a more expensive one.

There are smaller ukeleles that are also available in the market which are commonly called as fluke and pineapple; these instruments differ in the flatness of the back part. The fluke looks like a triangle with a hole in the middle, the pineapple has an oval shape, and a flea has a flat bottom, when a musician plans to purchase a musical instrument, he should know the different parts that can affect the sound and be sure that before playing it, one should understand the basic layout of the instrument.


Tune your Ukulele Before Playing

For stringed instruments, it is important to tune it before playing any song as this action can help the instrument produce the right sound when plucked. Through time, a player can easily be accustomed to tuning the uke regularly before playing, tuning means tightening or loosening the string according to the sound that kits should produce. As according to reviews, the strings get looser through time which generally makes it out of tune.

Search for a ukulele from the country's leading online shop and have your piece at the most affordable price as these items are available at best deals and there are big discounts for the musical instruments in this site. All of the featured items here are available for nationwide shipping, cash on delivery and installment payment, so do not wait for too long. Avail the latest "uke" from your favored brand and wait for the item to be delivered at your doorstep.


    Soprano Ukulele

  • Material: These ukeleles are made out of fine quality wood for the body and bridge.
  • Uses: It is recognized by its small size and classic “uke” sound. This is the cheapest style of ukulele, and is most often chosen by beginners.
  • Features: It is on average 21” long, and has anywhere from 12-14 frets.

    Concert Ukulele

  • Material: These are usually made out of rose maple wood
  • Uses: Because of its slightly bigger size, people with large hands find it easier to play than a soprano ukulele.
  • Features: It measures 23” long and has 15-20 frets. It also has a slightly fuller sound than a soprano.

    Tenor Ukulele

  • Material: These are usually made out of rose maple wood
  • Uses: It has an even richer sound than the concert ukulele, and has the ability to reach more notes because of its extended fretboard.
  • Features: The tenor ukulele is 26” long and has 15+ frets.

    Baritone Ukulele

  • Material: These ukuleles are made out of wood and because of its size, it loses the classic ukulele sound, but is a good option if you want really full, rich music.
  • Uses: It is tuned the same way as the four lowest strings on a guitar, which makes the two instruments very similar.
  • Features: The largest ukulele is the baritone ukulele, which is 30” or more and has 19+ frets.