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Baritone ukes are tuned D-G-B-E, like a guitar (which sometimes causes their critics to belittle them as tenor guitars). If you're a guitar player, you can play the same chords and finger picking patterns on a uke, but the high-G string creates a different sort of sound.However, the traditional uke is tuned with the fourth (G) string an octave higher. You have to change some of your patterns if you use bass runs or particular finger picking patterns, but it's easy to get accustomed to playing a uke coming from a guitar.I've had more fun with the uke than I've had in ages.It's a lot more expensive than buying harmonicas, so I can't indulge in a comprehensive review of ukes like I did with harmonicas.Plus I started playing harmonica again (see my harmonica review pages). I had heard buskers playing charango in Zihuatanejo at La Casa Cafe and I became very interested in the little instrument. I went to the local music stores for advice and to purchase (always shop local, first).
Those same strings on a guitar are tuned D-G-B-E, but a ukulele (soprano, concert and tenor) is tuned higher, at G-C-E-A (or A-D-F#-B: see the sidebar on tuning under shapes and sizes).This makes it even more guitar-like for chords and picking patterns.Some songs definitely work better in low-G, but others are best in high-G.But pound for pound, the ukulele is hard to beat for putting smiles on your face.A brief comment for people not familiar with ukuleles: a uke is really a small, four-string guitar (ukulele owners may blanch at this description; it is true, but you could equally think of a guitar as a fat ukulele...).