The goal of our Ukulele Journey page is to support your success learning the ukulele. STEP ONE: BUY THE RIGHT UKULELE FOR YOU. Simple. Check out our Buying Guide, where we help you find the best ukulele packages for kids, adult beginners, and adults who already play another instrument. We really focus on the things […]
STEP UP THE LADDER TO UNDERSTAND UKULELE PRICES The price of a ukulele can be confusing. You want to buy one, but the information you find may be overwhelming. How much do you have to pay for a good uke? How much do you have to pay for a student model that’s good enough? The […]
GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE STRUM If your pre-teen or teenage girls want to get into ukulele, makers Fender and Kala are listening. Fender has created Billie Eilish Signature and Grace VanderWaal Signature models for the ukulele-inspired artists. Kala Brand is offering a Learn to Play package endorsed by America’s Got Talent (AGT) winner Mandy Harvey. […]
Will your kids actually learn to play that new ukulele? It turns out that musical instrument makers are worried about that too — and one company is doing something about it with offerings like Fender Play. Guitar Players Taught Fender Something Important Famous guitar maker Fender found that 90% of first-time guitar buyers are also […]
You and your kids can make your own songbook – A fun music activity for kids, a book that will be a touchstone for learning and sharing.
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Learning how to tune a ukulele is the first curve in your kids’ ukulele journey. There’s two things that you must do to help kids get started.
Learning ukulele songs is the ticket into the uke community. When ukelele players meet, they talk about what songs they know.
So how will your kids build their set list of tunes, and what are some of the songs they can expect to learn?
Making that first string change is a great short project for parents and kids. There are some important skills involved, such as reasoning, estimating and dexterity — not to mention the value of finishing the job.
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