Is it easy to play the Ukulele?

by Ukuleleria Providencia 29 September, 2020

Is it easy to play the Ukulele?

How many times have we believed that playing an instrument is difficult? The internet fills us with videos of many musicians playing in an enormous way, or virtuous children who play with great technique at 7 years old ... and yes, it is very impressive to see, but many times those videos make one think that it is not. is capable of playing an instrument.

Well, you came to the right place, because here in the Ukuleleria Let's get you out of the doubt .. Is it easy to play the Ukulele?

TOP 3 things that make playing the Ukulele easy

# 1 His size

While there are different sizes of Ukulele, such as the Soprano, Concert, Tenor y Baritone, all have very comfortable measurements for anyone, from a 6-year-old child to a 90-year-old adult ... the soprano Ukulele measures 53cm, being the smallest and the baritone being the largest measures 76 cm, when a guitar reaches measure up to more than 150cm.

Clearly the size is a great advantage for people who want to learn, it is more comfortable than a guitar and you will not struggle much when it comes to positioning your fingers for the chords, which brings us to the next number on the Top.

# 2 The strings

The traditional Ukulele is a 4-string instrument, 2 less than a guitar, which although it may not seem like much, believe me that it is more complicated to try to play 6 strings with only 4 fingers, here you have exactly the strings for the number of fingers you use to do your fingering, which will make it much easier for you when you have to learn how to tune it, the name of each string, identify the sounds that each one can give you, and most importantly ... make chords

# 3 Chords

As we mentioned, the size and number of strings are already going to make you much easier than you think, but now, what would you think that to make some chords on the Ukulele you only need a single finger?

Well yes, my dear Ukuleleria follower, some chords like C (C), C7 (C7), A7 (A7) and A minor (Am) can be done with one finger, even if you play all the strings in the air you have an A minor7 (Am7) ... And even if this chords sounds messy, you don't have much to worry about, you're not going to make spiders with your fingers to play the ukulele.

Well, there you have friends and future Ukulelists, we hope this info has been very useful to you and that you have been encouraged to jump into a Ukulele, we are waiting for you at Ukuleleria.

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