The ukulele is a fun instrument that can aid your singing and be the starting point of your own compositions. Ukulele is a 4-string instrument from the guitar family and is quite small compared to a normal acoustic guitar. Since the instrument is small, it can be played by both kids and adults as it fits in the arms of almost everyone.
To help you pick a good one online ukulele, here is a list of some popular ukuleles for Kids. Check and choose the ideal one for your needs:
Size: The soprano is the smallest and lightest ukulele we offer, with the shortest scale and the tightest fret spacing. The soprano size is ideal for players of all skill levels and experience levels, especially for younger players and those with smaller hands and fingers. Because of its size, it also has a lighter, softer tone with less projection and resonance than the larger sizes. A soprano size with a longer neck for those who want the traditional ukulele sound and want more frets spacing.
Sound: If you’re looking for a bright and vibrant sound, the soprano ukulele might be for you. Because the fingerboard is smaller, the instrument sounds taller like a soprano in a choir. Since higher notes are easier to hear compared to others, the soprano can assist you with conducting a ukulele choir if you are interested.
Size: The next step in the size of the concert is about an inch longer, the neck is slightly wider and overall slightly heavier than the soprano. The extra length allows for more frets with greater spacing between them. But can be more comfortable for players with slightly larger hands and fingers. Since the concert is a bit larger, it has a fuller sound and a warmer tone with more mids.
Sound: Due to its larger size, the concert ukulele has a slightly deeper sound. It offers a comfortable mix of warm and bright sounds, depending on where you are playing on the instrument. If you are looking for a smaller ukulele with a less bright sound than the soprano, the concert ukulele may be best one for you.
Size: Baritone ukuleles are popular for a thicker, fuller sound that fills more of the “low-end” and thinks more of a bass tone than the other models. If you’ve seen a used baritone ukulele, you may have noticed its size. 29 inches is the standard size for this type of instrument. Baritone ukuleles have more similarities to guitars than other ukuleles. Sometimes the smaller models feel like you are trying to twist your fingers to do something that they are not really able to do. In this regard, baritone ukuleles are a great choice for beginners.
Sound: While the tenor ukulele is “warm and calming”, the baritone can be described as deep and full. If you want to complete the sound of your ukulele ensemble, the baritone is for you. It is a unique and beautiful instrument.
Size: Tenor ukuleles offer larger bodies, which is ideal if you have larger hands or are used to a guitar. They’re still in tune the same as a traditional ukulele, so they still have that cute ukulele sound. Tenor ukuleles are unique in that many of them come with special options. The tenor ukulele still maintains that sweet high tone while offering a slightly larger neck and body. This will help for those of you with big hands!
Sound: Since the tenor is at the larger end of the ukulele family, it differs significantly from the sound of the soprano or the concert. It has a warm, soothing sound that is more like the guitar. If you are using the ukulele to accompany your singing voice and find it most convenient to sing mid- or low-pitched pitches, the tenor ukulele may be your ideal size.
Hopefully this will help you get an idea to buy different sizes of ukulele we offer! Check out our other posts for greater ukulele guides.
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