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I know that playing string instruments isn't an as easy as counting or learning your ABCs. It takes time and practice before you can perfect this form of art and music. A guitar is the most common string instrument that people play unlike the ukulele. I have seen people from the tropics use these (like in Hawaii) and it sounds so nice. Tuning such a delicate instrument can be quite a task but it's a good thing that there is tukele to help with the chore.
The Lanikai Clip-on Ukulele Electronic Tuner makes tuning your ukulele a breeze. This super accurate, easy to use tuner works with all ukulele tunings and with most stringed instruments. The display is back lit and changes color when in tune for greater ease of tuning in low light situations. Also featured is a calibration function to adjust to varying concert pitches.
It got me thinking, is playing the ukulele similar with playing the guitar but smaller? I never got to learn how to play the guitar so it got me thinking. The ukulele has its own distinct sound. For me, it is perfect for those feel good songs such as reggae. With the help of this tuner, you will be able to play around with the ukulele and listen to it's perfect sound. Every rhythm, every rhyme with a fine tuned ukulele is music to every ear.
Have you heard a ukulele live? What does it sound like? Share your experience with us.
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