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BeZo wrote: it is tuned differently. Is it difficult or confusing to go back and forth between baritone ukulele and regular (soprano, concert, or tenor) ukulele?
shugabella wrote:BeZo wrote: it is tuned differently. Is it difficult or confusing to go back and forth between baritone ukulele and regular (soprano, concert, or tenor) ukulele?
The baritone uke is traditionally tuned like the top four strings of a guitar which are DGBE. Thats traditionally. However, plenty people buy different classical guitar strings and tune and their Baritone uke to GCEA. that saves having to learn new chord shapes.
ukebeast17 wrote:Can someone please explain a baritone to me very simply?
They have been confusing me for some time now!
Valdr wrote:I've been playing tenor for a little over a year now, LOVING my OU7T, I've got it setup with aquilas low G. Lately however I've been thinking about picking up a cheapish bari for jamming with guitar playing friends, as the brightness of my uke doesn't seem to fit that well in ~1/2 of things they play; I'm looking for something less bright. Does anyone have any suggestions for a bari in the 50-150$ range? I've looked at a lot of the brand reviews and spent ages picking out my tenor, but I'd love some guidance to save some time for the bari.
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