Hi, folks, today I got two new ukuleles from Regis. Check out the REGIS Spruce Soprano Ukulele Review Here. For now let’s take a look at the REGIS Soprano Ukulele with Aquila Strings, OX Bone Saddle, and Zebrano wood. It is a charming soprano ukulele with a stylish Zebrano top, sides and back, and thanks to the natural matte finish you can enjoy this beautiful, exotic wood in all its glory.
The soprano, often called “standard” in Hawaii, is the second-smallest and was the original size. The concert size was developed in the 1920s as an enhanced soprano, slightly larger and louder with a deeper tone. Shortly thereafter, Tender Ukuleles were created, having more volume and deeper bass tone. The baritone (resembling a smaller tenor guitar) was created in the 1940s, and the contrabass and U bass are very recent innovations (2010 and 2014, respectively). – Wikipedia
Standard tuning for a soprano ukulele is G C E A. If you’re a guitar player this would be like having a capo on the 5th fret of your guitar and only playing the 4 highest strings. The only difference is the G-string is tuned an octave higher on the ukulele.
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