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With origins in 19th century Hawaii, ukuleles rank as one of the most popular small-bodied string instruments in the world and are cropping up in more places than ever nowadays.

Whether you're looking to play traditional Hawaiian music, cover your favorite pop songs on a new YouTube channel, or just need a fun instrument to keep around the living room, ukuleles are always a great choice. With thousands of ukes from Kala, Luna, Lanikai, and a ton of other brands, you can find your ticket to uke stardom right here on Reverb.

What is a ukulele?

A ukulele is a small, typically wooden four-stringed instrument native to Hawaii. Physically, it looks like a small classical guitar and similarly uses nylon strings that are usually played with the bare fingers.

What is the best ukulele for a beginner?

For a beginner, we recommend a ukulele starter kit. Ukulele starter kits come with one of the four most common types of ukuleles, a gig bag, and a book or access to other educational materials. This way, you not only get a good starter ukulele, but the resources you need to learn the instrument. Read more in our ukulele buying guide.

How much does a ukulele cost?

Depending on the brand, quality of construction, materials, and type, ukulele prices can range in price from around $20 upwards to thousands of dollars. Plastic ukuleles are usually much less expensive than wooden ukuleles, and American-made ukuleles are typically more expensive that ukuleles made in other regions.

What are the different types of ukuleles?

There are a variety of ukulele sizes. Ukulele types include:

  • Soprano ukuleles
  • Concert ukuleles (aka alto ukuleles)
  • Tenor ukuleles
  • Baritone ukuleles

Smaller soprano and concert ukes offer a higher-pitched tone while baritone ukuleles sound more akin to a nylon string guitar in their voicing.

Ukuleles Near Me

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