There are four main types (or sizes) of ukuleles:
As you can see, the soprano is the smallest and the baritone is the largest.
The Four Different Ukulele Sizes or Types
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Let’s take a look!
Tuning: GCEA, ADF#B
Number of frets: 12-15
The Lanikai LU-11 Soprano Uke – a great ukulele for beginners
Take a listen to how a soprano uke sounds in the following video by doogey9.
The Donner Concert Ukulele – increased frets and spacing on the fretboard
Take a listen to the following performance on a concert ukulele by Ribbeemusic.
The Cordoba 20TM Tenor Ukulele – best choice for those with large hands or fingers
In this video, IveBenCrazy gives us a performance of “Sweet Caroline” on a tenor ukulele.
Tuning: DGBE, GCEA
Number of frets: 19+
The Kala KA-BG Baritone Ukulele – the biggest ukulele size
What Ukulele is Best for Me?
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