What is the highest pitch ukulele?
Quick answer: G-C-E-A. That’s from low to high. And that low G is tuned up one octave, making it the ukulele’s second-highest open-string pitch (only the top-string open A is higher).
Which is better low-G or high G ukulele?
Sound-wise, low-G tuning is generally deeper and fuller; while high-G is brighter and more typically ukulele sounding. Range-wise, Low-G tuning provides an extra 5 notes which are advantageous for certain playing styles, while other play styles are more suited to High-G Tuning.
Is there a tuning machine for a ukulele?
Since 2009, we have proudly represented Rubner, providing value priced tuning machines for Classical Guitars as well as Slotted Head steel string guitars. Now Rubner offers the same quality and value for Mandolin and Ukulele instruments. Please browse our site, and we welcome your questions and comments!
What’s the standard tuning for a baritone ukulele?
The standard tunings. linar tuning (Low-A): a d’ f#’ b’ (German: a d’ fis’ h’) DGBE: (German: DGHE) Standard tuning for the baritone ukulele, usually with low D string, as a linear tuning. This is exactly how the 4 high strings of a guitar are tuned. DGBE tuning can also be used with a tenor ukulele. The exact tones for DGBE tuning,…
What does linear tuning on a ukulele mean?
Linear tuning means the uke is tuned like most stringed instruments with the strings in order from the top string having the lowest pitch, to the bottom string having the highest. This gives the uke a deeper sound and higher range of available notes, but takes away the bright more typical ukulele sound.
Can a soprano ukulele be tuned to the same note as a tenor?
Yes. By common practice, a tenor and soprano ukulele are both tuned to the same notes (GCEA). Both ukes can also be tuned with Low G tuning, but it is more common with the tenor. Check out our soprano ukulele tuning article for more specific information on tuning that size of ukulele.