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The place to be for all your ukulele needs Forums Ukulele Q&A Which is the easiest uke to play?

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  • #1381 Reply

    Do you think playing a concert uke is easier than playing soprano?

    #1387 Reply

    I’ve always liked tenors the most out of all the sizes. They’re comfortable, have great response because of the larger body, etc.

    #1466 Reply

    The Soprano Ukulele is the classic for beginners because it is very small and from places such as Mahalo or Tiger you can get one for very cheap prices. I started on a £20 soprano from Tiger and once I’d learnt how to play for about six months I upgraded to a £45 concert ukulele from Mahalo. A concert ukulele has the same tuning as a soprano, but is slightly bigger and has around 5 more frets, so you can play higher. Concert ukuleles are also commonly made of stronger wood than Sopranos and are just more pleasant to play.

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