This isn’t an easy question, and I’ll leave it to you to decide on a size for yourself. But, if you’re starting out, don’t feel intimidated. I recommend you start with at least an 18 in a 10″ and an 18 in a 12″. I would recommend trying a different size once you’re done, and once you have played it for a good amount of time, try smaller and smaller. The only reason you’d give up the size, is because you don’t like it. I would encourage you to try it a few times, before giving up on it. The key is finding a size that you feel comfortable with until you feel that the sound is your cup of tea, after which you will find the correct size. If you start with an 18 in a 10″ and then decide you need to go to a 12″, it’s pretty much impossible to go back to an 18 in a 10 if you have already started to feel that it doesn’t suit you and you are finding your tuning (if not more than a half-way between your ideal and your actual size), etc.
Which ukuleles should I get?
That depends on what you’re looking for. If you’re looking for a nice sounding ukulele that is easy to play, without too much of a problem with tuning and will sit in that spot on the string and not move around, you will usually find what you’re looking for on a ukulele from a larger maker.
If you like to play, and want it easy to play but still get some great sounds from the ukulele, and you believe it is important not to have much movement in the headstock, then you’ll usually find ukuleles made by smaller makers. They usually use a lot thinner material around the headstock, and that usually doesn’t give the correct tonal balance. You may be able to find a better ukulele made by a smaller maker elsewhere if you go for it, but there are other factors to consider.
If you need a sound you really can’t find anywhere else or are trying to build a ukulele that will last you a long period of time, then you’ve found the right place. Don’t go to a local store, or find a local maker online to buy a ukulele. If you have found a good maker, I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality of the ukulele you’ll
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