Ukulele Anatomy: The First Reason It's So Easy

by Collaborative Blog August 17 2020

The anatomy of the Ukulele is a big part of the reason why it is the easiest instrument to learn, it only consists of four strings, short frets due to its very portable and small size (which is also ideal for children).
All this together makes it possible to learn a few simple chords to open up a complete repertoire of songs.
That is a large part of the reason why it is the simplest instrument; but it is not the reason itself.
The ukulele has a sound that inspires you to continue learning it, that transmits calm and happiness in each note and chord, allows you to share those sensations with those around you while forming really pleasant moments singing together accompanied by a good harmonic progression. That is what motivates you to keep learning and that motivation is what truly makes the Ukulele the easiest instrument to learn.
-Julietta Lom


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