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 Programs 

Ukulele

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Age 8-14

Elementary

Ukulele For Kids Hal Leonard
Ukulele For Kids Hal Leonard

This book has a gentle and playful approach. Songs and graphics are not too juvenile while still covering the topic in a way that is very encouraging and invites success as well as enjoyment.

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Ukulele_ChildrensSongs

If your child ukulele star needs some extra songs to play, this book has a great selection. Its appealing 6x9-inch size is perfect for smaller hands and fits nicely in the front pocket of your gig bag. A favorite new song may be all of the motivation that he or she needs to turn practice into fun!

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Ukulele For Kids Hal Leonard
Ukulele For Kids Hal Leonard

This book has a gentle and playful approach. Songs and graphics are not too juvenile while still covering the topic in a way that is very encouraging and invites success as well as enjoyment.

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Teens & Adults

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Age 14+
Essential Elements Ukulele
Essential Elements Ukulele

Perfect progression for teen and adult beginners, covers chord and strum patterns as well as picking out melodies and basic note reading. You'll be humming and strumming from the very first lesson!

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Ukulele 4 Chord Songbook
Ukulele 4 Chord Songbook

This book contains a great mix of both contemporary and classic songs that can be played just using four basic chords. Purchase this book, and you will be doubling the songs you can play in no time! (I was so excited when I read the title selection that I couldn't resist ordering one for myself immediately!)

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Essential Elements Ukulele
Essential Elements Ukulele

Perfect progression for teen and adult beginners, covers chord and strum patterns as well as picking out melodies and basic note reading. You'll be humming and strumming from the very first lesson!

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Tips  for Selecting an Instrument

All Ages
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1. Do not buy a toy instrument. For a real Ukulele from a reputable brand, look for a price point at or above $30.

2. Tuning gears should stick out the side of the instrument, not the back. Look for interlocking gears made of all metal parts.

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3. High quality nylon strings help your new ukulele sound even better. I recommend a set of Aquila strings on the instrument, and a second set in your bag or case.

4. The frets of the instrument should not be sharp. Press down on the metal dividers on the neck of the instrument and make sure it feels comfortable under your fingers.

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5. A carrying case for your instrument can help keep it safe while you are traveling to and from lessons. A gig bag with a strap is easy to carry. Some students may prefer a hard case.

6. An electronic tuner is a fantastic investment. If you get one specifically designed for a ukulele, it will be even easier to use. You could also install a ukulele tuning app on your phone. 

Returning Student?

We want taking lessons to be a fun and rewarding experience, not a frustrating one!  That's why we evaluate every student's abilities during the first lesson.  This makes it easy to place students in the correct level book right away!

Ready to try Ukulele lessons for yourself?

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Ukulele Lessons - 30m

 Weekly       $100 per Month

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Trial Lesson - 30m

 Book Online      $25