by Collaborative Blog
August 17 2020
Maybe you're a mom or dad and you want to give your child something. Or you need some way out to de-stress because not even stress balls can do it anymore. Or the most important question, are you one of those who have short fingers or a small hand and, therefore, do you suffer to play guitar or do you think you can not play any instrument? Well, you are in the right place. In any of these situations and many more that surely I have not mentioned, the ukulele or ukulele is for you.
As I call it: uku, it is the coolest instrument, bacan, father, cool, cool, belo, bacano, great and many more adjectives that people around the world use to define or characterize it. And this is true. In short, he can be one more friend (for me he is, because I even named him).
But let's get to the point, don't worry that your fingers are not the longest in the world, because with a uku whether it be soprano, concert, tenor or baritone, you will have no problem. Thanks to its curvilinear shape and its size from approximately 53 to 76 cm (check the image), depending on which you choose, it fits you. Or your little 5 year old because no matter how old you are, you will always be fit to play ukulele.
Plus, it's only got four strings, wow, what a relief! However, you can work magic by playing thousands of songs. By having only four strings, it will be easier for you to learn the chords, since the most basic or classic at best, need one, two or three fingers of your hand. (Even Luna's Color Chord ukulele for beginners can help, because it gives you four basic chords that you can use, as you see in the image.) And finally, as the science of YouTube says, in 5 or 8 minutes you will already be playing ukulele. Easier? Impossible.
Although if you want to improve, remember that practice makes perfect. There I leave you this little advice. Try it. And I know one of those who prove that the ukulele is the easiest instrument to learn to play. Also keep in mind that you don't need to be a music connoisseur, just have the desire to learn. And since I forgot to say hello with an Aloha, I say goodbye with an Aloha! *
* Traditional greeting from the Ukuleleria and typical in Huawai, the country where this wonder called ukulele was born.
Written by Adriana García.
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by Collaborative Blog
07 September, 2020
The first time I played a ukulele, I couldn't stop playing it. All my life I wanted to learn to play the guitar, however, I have a problem with my fingers; which my little finger is much smaller than normal, my phalanx is "incomplete", so learning to play guitar was extremely difficult,
I think we can all learn to play the ukulele !!! Entering the world of music and learning to play instruments makes you come to appreciate songs, concerts and the diversity of creating music.
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