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You know what they say, the ukulele is a happy instrument.

The ukulele has been around for over 100 years and it’s still going strong! It’s one of the most popular instruments in the world because of how easy it is to learn and play. And now you can get your hands on one from Music Specialists!

We have all kinds of different models that are perfect for any skill level. Whether you’re just starting out or want to take your skills to the next level, we’ve got something for everyone! Plus, our prices are so low that you’ll be able to afford more than one without breaking the bank. So go ahead and order today – we’ll ship them right out ASAP!
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Where to buy Ukuleles Near Me?
At Music Specialists, we stock a wide variety of Ukulele instruments that can be purchased near you as our shipping is fast and you can get playing in no time. We also have AfterPay, ZipPay available and some amazing sales, so if you are looking where to buy your next Ukulele Australia wide, we have you covered.
What’s the distinction between a concert ukulele and a Soprano?
The next step up from soprano, this larger size has a fuller tone and warmer sound. It is also about an inch longer than its smaller counterpart with a wider neck to accommodate it better for those looking for more mid-range!

Our awesome & fun ukuleles will bring any gathering to life! Buy one now and get into the folk spirit today!

The Ukulele is a smallish stringed instrument that originated in Hawaii. It is believed to have evolved from the machete, a guitar-like instrument popular in Hawaii in the early 1800s.

The Ukulele was presented to the mainland United States in 1915, and it became popularized after it was featured in the movie “The ukulele Lady” in 1927.

People love the Ukulele because it is a fun and easy instrument to play. It contains a tiny body and four strings, which makes it a great choice for beginner musicians.

The Ukulele is also very portable, which makes it perfect for taking on trips. Additionally, the Ukulele produces a warm and mellow sound that is often described as “soothing.” This makes it a great instrument for playing at parties and other social gatherings.

The Ukulele has come to be known as the “champagne of instruments” because it is associated with luxury and good times. This is likely due to its popularity in the jazz and swing eras.

Today, the Ukulele is enjoyed by musicians of all ages and skill levels. If you are considering learning how to play the Ukulele, there is no better time than now! There are many online resources and YouTube videos that can help you get started.

The Ukulele was introduced in Australia in 1904. It was pushed popular in the 1960s by Tiny Tim and Arthur Godfrey, ukulele orchestras were formed everywhere, but ukes lost their popularity with the advent of rock & roll, rap and hip-hop during the 1970s.

Nowadays ukuleles are again very popular all over the world for different reasons.

There are ukulele playing groups everywhere, uke festivals, uke orchestras and uke clubs. It’s easy to play some songs but it takes a lot of time, effort and patience to master the Ukulele as a musical instrument as you have to learn chord structures, tablature and probably some theory too.

The Ukulele is a very versatile instrument and it can be used for different purposes. It can be used as a solo instrument, in a group or band setting, or even played with an orchestra. It can furthermore be used to deliver accompaniment for other instruments or singers.

So, why play the Ukulele? There are many reasons why ukulele players love this instrument. Some of the most popular reasons are listed below.

The Ukulele is really easy to learn how to play, making it an excellent first instrument for beginner musicians. The uke has only four strings and there are no frets, so ukers don’t have to worry about learning complicated chord structures or fretboard navigation.

The Ukulele is very portable and can be taken with you wherever you go. This makes it the perfect instrument for travelling and for playing outdoors.
The Ukulele produces a warm and mellow sound that is often described as “soothing.” This makes it a great instrument for playing at social gatherings.
The Ukulele is a fun and leisurely instrument to play, so it makes for an excellent first-time musical instrument.

There are ukuleles of different sizes, colours, and shapes available today, so there is a uke that is perfect for you no matter what your personal taste.

A concert ukulele is slightly larger than a soprano and offers more benefits for teaching yourself how to play, especially if you’re an adult. An average-sized adult will have no problem reaching the top fret with their pinky, but some smaller humans may find it difficult to stretch so far. If you are concerned about being able to handle a larger uke, I recommend looking into purchasing a tenor ukulele instead.

A concert ukulele is also great for travelling and for gigs. The extra size will give you a bit more projection and volume than a soprano and is less likely to get lost in a noisy room. If you’re hoping to use your uke for busking, a concert is definitely the way to go.

A word of caution with concerts though: this isn’t one-size-fits-all. A full 2 inches or so can separate instruments in the same brand and model line.

Electric Ukulele

We also stock a large range of electric acoustic instruments, so be sure to check them out.