(or if I’m going to buy one in the future or have I got my mind made up already and I’ve decided it’s not the one)
Is any ukulele better than my own, as a beginner
Do you think that having a good ukulele from the get-go will give me a competitive advantage?
I’d say the main difference (with my personal favourites being the Bison or Borkula) is in overall sound quality. If you have the patience to understand any and all of the technical details then ukulele is the next best thing because they are designed to be played on strings such as 12’s. You can’t tell which are good for the price, but it’s not worth spending more than a few hours with a decent ukulele in your collection thinking, “this ukulele sounds good for a fraction of the price”.
What I’m looking for in a first ukulele
Some extra string options
A good ukulele, if you’re someone who loves their ukuleles.
Will it run and sound good?
How fast you can play?
Do I need any other accessories?
Will it go out of tune?
Are you prepared when it needs tuning?
Is it worth investing into a first ukulele?
The answer to all of these questions will differ depending on whether or not you’re someone who knows what they like, as opposed to someone who is going for it as a first attempt. I’m fairly confident in saying that it has absolutely nothing to do with knowing which ukulele style you should or shouldn’t buy, but you’ve just got to make your own choice, with the help of a website like the ones below! As with anything it’s important to keep in mind the differences between the standard ukulele we have now vs the ones we used to have (the early 2000s when I was buying my first) and make sure you keep an open mind. It’s just a fact that some ukuleles are simply better than others in some areas and this can really change the way you look, play and feel when you’re trying to learn to play them. I would encourage you to visit all of these sites to get a feel for what’s out there. Some of the most complete ones are http://www.guitaring.com/ukulele/ or http://
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