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The uku must always be well tuned

by Collaborative Blog August 15 2020

Why is the ukulele the easiest instrument to play?

Because it transmits too much peace, it is difficult for you to stress when learning to play it; every time you make it sound all its sounds are super relaxing and very beautiful (even when you make a mistake), it is very easy because it is small and if, as in my case, your hands are not so big as to play another instrument with a more neck big as a guitar the uku is the best option. The chords are super easy to learn, without a doubt there will always be one that will become your favorite (my favorite so far is C7, it has a very Hawaiian sound). It is so easy that the first day you live with one or acquire yours, you are going to learn at least one song that was just what happened to me (my first song was bamba); It is very easy because its sounds are so complete that for many songs you only need up to two or three chords. It is super easy to identify the frets and it is much easier that you do not get lost when playing a chord, it is very easy to memorize the chords and it is also very easy to sing and play at the same time.

There are many different strums, but almost all songs are used the same so there is no need to worry (that makes learning to play it even easier). Honestly I am not an expert, I don't have much to buy my uku but I already know several songs and many chords; That the guys from the ukuleleria upload tutorials to youtube and facebook about everything that has to do with uku has helped me a lot, also the songs that indicate the strums and chords. Learning to play ukulele is very easy because from the first moment you feel a great connection with this little instrument and it becomes a super important part for you and your life. One feature that makes it very easy to play is that since it is small so you can carry it everywhere and since it weighs almost nothing it is very comfortable and this makes it much easier for you to practice more and learn faster and better.

I consider it the easiest instrument to play because it is very easy to tune and I consider that your uku should always be well in tune so that it sounds more beautiful; I also consider that it is very easy to play because when playing a chord you do not need to use as much force with your fingers as with other instruments and therefore your fingers do not get ugly, there are also chords that are super parents because you only need to press with single finger as in C, A7 or C7. I think that the ukulele in the end is very easy to learn because it transmits a lot of peace, happiness, pure beautiful things to play and at least I have super nice experiences that in these few months I have lived thanks to uku and uku really joins me family because whenever I play it my family gathers to listen and well, this super dad because it doesn't matter your age, playing the ukulele is great for everyone.

Suri sarmina

@jhanus_ssa



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