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How many inches is a standard ukulele?

How many inches is a standard ukulele?

The Five Main Sizes of Ukuleles Soprano ukulele is usually 21 inches (53 cm) Concert ukulele is around 23 inches (58 cm) Tenor ukulele is around 26 inches (66 cm) Baritone ukulele is around 29 inches (74 cm)

Which size of ukulele is best?

The soprano ukulele size is probably what most people picture when they think of the ukulele. It is the most common size and makes the classic, traditional ukulele sound. The soprano is the smallest and lightest uke size we offer, with the shortest scale and the tightest fret spacing.

What size is a full size ukulele?

While different brands may vary on the exact specifications, generally speaking, the four classes of ukulele can be identified as follows: Soprano: full length of 21 inches, scale length of 13 inches, and between 12-15 frets. Concert: full length of 23 inches, scale length of 15 inches, and between 15-20 frets.

What is the difference between a 21 and 23 inch ukulele?

The size of the soprano ukulele is considered to be the standard size. A soprano ukulele comes with a length of 21 inches, and the concert ukulele comes with a length of 23 inches. Of the two ukuleles, the concert is more comfortable as it gives more space for the fingers to go through the strings.

What ukulele should a beginner get?

Soprano Ukulele This is the smallest ukulele. It’s great for children or people with small hands because of its smaller size. It’s highly portable so traveling with it is very easy. The smaller size naturally gives it a twangy sound.

How do I know which ukulele to buy?

Another factor to consider with regards to size is the sound. Soprano ukuleles generally give a classic ukulele sound which has a higher, sweeter voice, while tenor ukuleles provide a fuller sound with better resonance, projection, and a lower voice, like a guitar. Just imagine a choir, Soprano = higher voice.

Can you self learn ukulele?

Those who have a prior musical background, such as singing in choir or playing in band when they were younger, can rely on a self-teaching method with better results because they’ve “been there and done that” before with another instrument.

How to choose the perfect ukulele size?

Quality and budget — Pro or self-starter? Be mindful of where you are in your ukulele education,and buy accordingly.

  • Right size and sound — Body and scale length affect tone and playability.
  • Acoustic or acoustic-electric — Recording or performing?
  • Sound and climate — Ukuleles are built of materials ranging from exotic tonewoods to plastic.
  • What size ukulele should you buy?

    What size ukulele should I get? Ukuleles come in different sizes and styles and the bigger you get, the deeper the sound will become. Here’s a basic run-down of the common options you’ll find: Soprano – These are the smallest and most common ukuleles sold to beginners.

    What size ukulele is easiest to play?

    – how easily it plays – how good it sounds – how well it stays in tune – how it looks

    What size ukulele is right for You?

    Tenor Ukuleles are 68 cm / 26 inches long, have 43 cm / 17 inches scale length and 15-20 frets. Baritone Ukuleles are 76 cm / 30 inches long, have 48 cm / 19 inches scale length and 19 frets. This is the smallest ukulele you can prefer. Due to its size, it does not have a large resonating surface.