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Today I am going to show you how choose un ukulele, but now we are going to focus on the size of our hands, Since the comfort is one of the keys so that we can begin to play the Ukulele better and faster.
The sizes we recommend are:
Soprano - Small or medium hands
Concert - Medium and large hands
Tenor - Medium and large hands
Baritone - Big hands
Many people struggled to play the guitar or some other string instrument, and don't feel bad, it is not always due to lack of talent or practice, many times it is because the size of our hands does not favor us. But the advantage of the Ukulele is that even if we have very small hands, as is the case with children, or many young people.
Small hands do not help to play some chords, but the Soprano Ukulele has the advantage of being very friendly with these people because of its size. Only 53 cm and an arm that measures only 18 cm is perfect so that our little fingers can move without problem on all the frets and everything sounds as it should.
Medium hands are the ones that will struggle the least when choosing a Ukulele, there is not much problem with the soprano frets, and although there are those who prefer it because it is the traditional size, there are those who prefer to have a little more room to maneuver. The concert sizes are great for this, in addition to that they will give you a more powerful sound due to the size of their box, each fret of the concert is wider, which allows you to move without feeling too tight, you will notice the difference immediately and It can even help you improve your sound.
Didn't you settle down so well with the concert? No problem ... The Tenor size may be the one for you. Although it can be played with medium to large hands, people with long or wide fingers love the Tenor size, even people who played guitar or bass before, will feel the comfort of a not so large instrument, but with Enough room to move your fingers without getting caught between strings.
The baritone size is another that can be perfect for large hands, although it has a different tuning and is more similar to a guitar, remember that each size increases, not only the arm changes, but the entire body of the Ukulele.
Remember, comfort is key to being able to start playing, that will always make it easier for you, and your hands will appreciate it.
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