Text by Greg Olwell | Edited by Ukulele Staff You don’t have to look at too many ukulele players to see that we like to accessorize. Go to a gathering of uke players young or old and you’ll see cases…
The Ortega RUNAB-CC Bamboo concert ukulele is a striking instrument with a natural finish and contrasting black binding. Our review explores the sound and feel of this uke.
Because the ukulele has been the favored instrument of so many Hawaiian players, there are a slew of classic albums worth investigating. Here are 5 essential Hawaiian ukulele albums.
The UKC100 concert and UKS100 soprano ukuleles from Ibanez use a stick-to-the basics approach of good build quality and materials, easy playability, and tasteful looks at a bargain price.
For under $800, the Ohana CK-570G offers a great feel and the sweet tone of an all-solid wood koa ukulele for less than many comparable instruments offered by other companies.
Finding the right case or bag for your ukulele can help keep it safe and sounding great for many years—and many miles.
While any ukulele can be a travel uke, instruments that are built a bit more ruggedly are undeniably preferable. Here are some good ukes for traveling.
Ukulele Review: Blackbird Farallon Tenor Delivers Tone, Durability, and Beauty from a Natural Composite
The Blackbird Farallon tenor ukulele is a high-quality instrument made in the U.S. from carbon-negative materials that can go toe to toe with anything else in its price range.
Review: Kanile’a DK-T Premium Tenor’s Distinctive Features and First-Rate Woods Make for a Special Uke
When a ukulele reaches the $3,000+ price range, expectations soar, and the Kanile'a DK-T Premium Tenor ukulele does not disappoint in materials, features, or setup.
The four main sizes of ukuleles are, in ascending order, soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone. Here’s how to decide which size ukulele is right for you.