What is it like to go to the Ukuleleria?

by Ukuleleria Providencia octubre 16, 2020

What is it like to go to the Ukuleleria?

Aloha friends of the most beautiful community there is, Trujas speaks to you and I want to dedicate this blog with great affection to the people who follow us and write to us in the Mexican Republic, South America, Central America and Spain.

In the Live I did on our Instagram yesterday, and many times on social networks they ask us if we will not open more branches in the country in addition to Guadalajara and CDMX, and a person asked me today: "Trujas, how is going to the Ukuleleria? " And today I want to write about that.

What is a visit to the Ukuleleria like?

Before anything else, you have to know that Ukuleleria is not just a ukulele shop. The Ukuleleria is a complete community, a place where we can talk about music, learn new things, tips to improve playing, sing and play our favorite songs, but above all, share the love for the instrument of peace: The Ukulele.

Knowing that, you have to be psyched that going to one of our stores is an experience, all the staff are ready to make you enjoy, learn and have fun in each visit.

From the moment you walk in you are greeted by an "Aloha!" and you feel the smell of the wood of each of the Ukuleles, you will feel confident, and since we like everything to be very personalized, we are going to introduce ourselves and ask about needs and what are you looking for? This will help us to give you a better service and that you feel more confident.

After creating the bond of trust, we will tell you the history of the Ukulele, if you do not know it yet, we will also explain the different sizes of Ukulele that there are, the materials with which they are built, and we will try to recommend the one that more fit in your search.

Don't you know how to play? No problem, we teach you to play the 4 main chords (C, G, F and A minor), so you will leave the store with a new knowledge, you can also have a coffee while you see all the colorful Ukes, Hunger? Order a Coyota, a typical Sonoran dessert that will fill you with energy.

You can take photos with the Uke you want, ask any questions you have and we will gladly answer you, do not take anything ... we are here to guide you, we will even teach you to play the most fun juggling of all, the diabolo.

If you decided to take a Uke with you, you will complete the last step of all, the experience of baptizing your Ukulele and filling it with energy by ringing our bell and appearing on our instagram stories.

Do you want to stay to release it? No problem, we lend you our stage so you can play as long as you want and sing us some songs to brighten the day. All this is what you will experience one day if you come to the Ukuleleria, and you are going to live an experience that you will never forget. You already know, we are waiting for you at any of our two branches, in CDMX or Guadalajara, send us a whatsapp and schedule your appointment.

Aloha!



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