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If you find yourself in a moment of wanting to create something on your own and explore your potential for yourself then you are looking for an instrument that allows you to feel comfortable and allows you to explore other forms of musicality and rhythm.
The ukuleles are extremely easy instruments to play and that within all the qualities that the instrument has, perhaps the most important is that it invites those who practice it to play and sing at the same time.
This might seem an unimportant skill but the reality is that it allows the development of a motor skill and awareness of a constant rhythm and adds the difficulty of communicating a clear and structured speech.
Exploring this ability to sing or shout at the same time that you are accompanied by an instrument allows you to develop expressive and structuring skills of ideas, thus allowing you to refine the sound you are looking for when playing your own songs.
The ukulele is a very complete instrument, in addition to the musical qualities of the instrument, the ukulele is light, small, easy to transport and it is even easier to access a ukulele anywhere in the world as there is more and more People who play the ukulele. You will always find people with whom to share, create, inspire and create.
Remember that the instrument will not make a difference if you do not commit to being constant and practice until you are better every day.
That the ukulele is more practical to take with you may be what brings you closer to the music and your instrument.
You can visit the best shop de ukuleles en Guadalajara en Alfredo R. Plascencia # 690-2 in the Santa Tere neighborhood Monday through Friday during the 11 to 16 hours. Or contact us by phone: 3160 0805
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