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Ukuleles

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on 6 June 2013

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Ukuleles
By: Sydney Panis
Period 9 What is a Ukulele? A small four stringed instrument

Originated in Hawaii

There are four basic sizes

Sometimes abbreviated to "uke" History Based on a guitar like instrument from Portugal

Not from Hawaiians

Introduced to Hawaii from Portuguese immigrants

First ukulele was made by cabinet makers Types S Types of Wood Used for Ukuleles Bamboo

Mango Wood

Koa Wood

Maple

Mahogany

Ebony Famous Ukulele Players Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

Elvis Presley

John Lennon

Paul McCartney

Willie Nelson Famous Ukulele Songs Somewhere Over the Rainbow

I'm Yours

Hey Soul Sister

The Lazy Song

Billionaire

Hotel California Bands That Use Ukuleles Train

Jack Johnson

Nevershoutnever

Eddie Vedder

The Black Seeds Frequently Used Ukulele Chords G, C, F, Em, Am, A7 Popular Ukulele Brands Gibson

Lanikai

Kamaka

Koa Aloha Fun Facts The first ukulele was made in 1879

Made 60 years after guitar

There are electric ukuleles

Only 3 companies in the world manufacture ukulele's. Types of Ukuleles Most popular:

Soprano

Concert

Tenor

Baritone Lesser Known Types:

Sopranino

Super-Soprano

Super-Concert

Super-Tenor Parts of a Ukulele Tuning Pegs Neck Frets Sound Hole Strings Body Kelii

Ko'olau

Kanilea G The End
Thank You For Watching!
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