Frequently Asked Questions - Which Pickup? What Size? Why so expensive? and many more

Part Two of our Frequently Asked Questions series is here to view now.

 

Part Two answers your questions:

Do I need a Low G? (Wound/Unwound)

What to look for in a beginners Ukulele...

How important is 'Solid wood'? (Mahogany vs Acacia etc)

Can I tune my Baritone GCEA?

Do I need a Humidifier?

What Ukuleles do we play?

What Ukulele would we buy?

What is the best Uke we've seen here at SUS? (including Gunsy)

 

PART ONE....

Alex and Phil recently sat down and discussed several often asked questions about everyone's favourite instrument.

Not all of these questions may be relevant to every Ukulele player but hopefully some of our answers troubleshoot your enquiries and answer questions you may have..

What Size is best?

What is the best way to learn Ukulele?

What makes a Ukulele expensive?

Do we set up instruments before sending them to customers?

What is the best way to maintain my instrument?

Does a Cutaway effect the acoustic sound of an instrument?

Does a Pickup effect the acoustic sound of an instrument?

What are the best pickups? Why?

What developments would we like to see on Ukuleles in the future?

Please do give it a watch and if you have any questions - never hesitate to get in touch with one of the team on 01202 430820 or by email at shop@southernukulelestore.co.uk

Until next time

Alex

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