I have one 5.25″ x 1″ x 2″ bass and one 1″ x 2″ x 2″ guitar, both with 15 frets, no sound-hole spacing as I am using an acoustic. I have it in my closet in the basement.
I do hear that the smaller size will not make a difference. I have an acoustica ukulele, a tenor and an x-l, all 12 frets, and a 15 fretted ukulele which has a sound-hole at the 6th fret, which is a little annoying to play. Do you recommend a size?
Is the 15 fretted ukulele a size that works best for you? Does it make a difference at the higher frets? I have a 2.0x ukulele bass, but I only have 12 frets, and it makes a big difference with my 8th, 9th and 11th strings.
I’ve been very happy with the size of these ukuleles. Is there a particular size that works best for you?
-Diane B., USA
What is the difference between a 10″ ukulele and a 12″ ukulele?
When you see a new ukulele on a store shelf, a 10″ is probably not a good size for beginners. If you’ve never strummed a ukulele, you may find that you don’t use too many frets on your 10″ or 12″ ukulele. There are lots of good sizes available to start learning from that do work well for beginners. You can take a look at our website to see sizes available for different ukulele models.
I have 10″ ukuleles and I just found a bass ukulele with a frets of 14. Why?
I have a 10-string ukulele/bass combination (I use an acoustic for that, and a 12-string in the other bass) and my current bass ukulele/bass combo is a 5- and 6-string ukulele that I’ve picked up in the summer time, and I can’t find a 5-string ukulele with a frets of 14 in any store in the U.K. – it must be a custom piece.
Does a 10″ ukulele make a difference in how well a uke
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