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How about friends from the ukuleleria? Today we will talk about something very important when choosing your first, second, third or fourth ukulele.
The sound of a ukulele depends on its size, not all ukuleles sound the same and that is something we have to learn to identify. The sound can vary according to the size of the ukulele and especially by the soundboard. This answers the question, why are they called soprano, concert, tenor and baritone ukulele? Well, these names are given to the type of register that a voice or instrument emits. For example, the soprano ukulele has a much higher sound than the concert and so on with all sizes.
Now that you know that the sound of a ukulele can be different by size, let's start one by one ...
The soprano ukulele has a very characteristic sound because you can hear a very high sound, this ukulele has a tone that will also be different due to the wood or material with which it is made. For example, the type of wood can tell us a lot about how much the sound is going to come out, so if you are looking for a soprano ukulele that has a very wide and strong sound, let me recommend a mahogany ukulele. Mahogany, of course, is one of the most common and best woods for the conido of any ukulele because of its porosity.
The concert ukulele on the other hand besides being a bit more comfortable if you have long arms ...
The sound of this ukulele allows you to be a little more comfortable if we talk about singing, it will not be so difficult to find your vocal register, that is, if you have to sing very high or very low, it allows you to feel comfortable with any song you decide But be careful that doesn't mean you can sing like Freddie Mercury now, haha.
Let's move on to the tenor ukulele, this sound is a little lower than the concert ukulele, remember that the gravity of the sound is in relation to the resonance box of the ukulele (or also called, body) This tenor ukulele can be very comfortable for those people looking for a much more classic sound (almost similar to the depth of a guitar) but always having the characteristic of the ukulele.
To speak of the baritone ukulele is to speak a little more extended but let's try to make it simple and direct ... The baritone sound is the lowest of the four most common sizes that exist in the ukulele, this is basically because the third and fourth strings they are more serious, that is to say, the gauge (thickness) is larger than normal, that makes the timbre drop much more in tone, but why is it made like this? Well, the first thing you have to know is that the baritone ukulele has several differences compared to the other three.
For example, tuning. The tuning of the soprano, concert and tenor ukuleles is the common one that we know G, C, EA and the baritone has nothing to do with it ...
The baritone ukulele has the notes of the first 4 strings of a guitar that is, D, G, B, E so, do not think that when you play a baritone and play a (C) chord you are playing a C, in fact you are playing a sun.
We hope this blog has helped you solve many of your doubts!
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