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Soprano
The traditional "small" Ukulele. Also called "Standard"
Shown here is a style 3
Concert
A slightly larger instrument with a longer fret scale.
Still gives the familiar Uke sound, but with more volume
and easier fretboard access. Shown here in Koa
Tenor
Larger still with heavier strings. This is the favorite of many
players because of its larger size, bigger sound, and 17 1/2" scale.
This size Uke is the one most used for six and eight string models.
Baritone
The largest of the Uke family. Has the loudest sound,
the most bass, and is usually tuned DGBE like the 1st four strings
on a guitar.
Pineapple
Has an oval shaped body which produces a bigger sound than
its counter part sizes. Available in Soprano, Concert, and Tenor
sizes, and is available (and shown here) as a deluxe painted model
Double Neck
A wide body Tenor Ukulele with two necks. Generally one is
strung as a four string, and the other as six or eight string.
Other combinations are also available. Shown here is an eight string /
four string.
Acoustic Hulacaster
Same cool shape,
but now in a hollow
body version!
Bamboo
An Ukulele made from Bamboo!
beautiful and unique sustainable wood!
Selmer Stlye
A Jazzy Gypsy cutaway!
Camp Uke
A snappy round shape and bright sound, with an old timey look.
Accoustic Tele style
Awesome classic rock-n-roll looks!