Ukulele

A ukulele looks just like a very small 4 nylon stringed guitar, but this four-stringed string instrument originates from Hawaii and is a member of the lute instrument family. The ukulele was introduced to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants from Madeira. It gained great popularity elsewhere in the United States in the early 20th century and spread from there internationally. The instrument's tone and volume vary with size and construction. Ukuleles usually come in four sizes: soprano, concerto, tenor and baritone.
Suzuki Ukulele SUK-1 soprano package
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Suzuki Ukulele SUK-1 soprano package

This Suzuki ukulele is in soprano size, which is by far the most used model when starting to play the ukulele.
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Price at 1 Pcs. - perPcs.:
600,00  DKK
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The Ukulele was developed in the 1880s, the ukulele is based on several small guitar-like instruments of Portuguese origin, the machete, the cavaquinho, the timple, and the rajão, introduced to the Hawaiian Islands by Portuguese immigrants from Madeira and Cape Verde.Three immigrants in particular, Madeiran cabinet makers Manuel Nunes, José do Espírito Santo, and Augusto Dias, are generally credited as the first ukulele makers.Two weeks after they disembarked from the SS Ravenscrag in late August 1879, the Hawaiian Gazette reported that "Madeira Islanders recently arrived here, have been delighting the people with nightly street concerts.