Lizzie Westlake, Author at Acoustic Bridge

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Best Soprano Ukuleles: Reviews and Buyer’s Guide (2018)

The ukulele has become incredibly popular among musicians of all levels because it’s fun to play and it’s adaptable to a wide range of musical styles. The ukulele is a firm favourite for musicians of various abilities and techniques and it works great in relaxed or formal settings. The best ukuleles are incredibly versatile and […]

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Different Types of Ukuleles and Which One You Should Buy (2018)

Ukuleles are incredibly addictive and fun to play. Playing one feels the same way it looks and sounds—laidback and airy. Its light and dulcet tones can make a few chords sound incredible. It’s also a fairly easy to learn compared to other instruments. The four strings offer mostly uncomplicated playing and, fortunately, you only need a […]

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The Best Concert Ukuleles: Reviews and 2018 Buyer’s Guide

The ukulele has become a hit among young and experienced musicians alike. The instrument has four strings and a unique tone, and it mainly comes in four sizes: soprano, tenor, baritone and concert. Although the soprano ukulele is the most commonly used size, the concert-sized ukulele has gained a great deal of popularity in recent […]

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2018 Buyer’s Guide to the Best Keyboards with Weighted Keys

One of the main goals of the digital piano is to simulate the traditional upright piano without the hefty weight and lack of portability. And one of the most important factors in recreating the authentic piano experience is the feel of the keys. The best digital pianos today have weighted keys, and many even have graded hammer […]

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2018 Guide to the Best Tenor Ukuleles: Reviews, Tips and More!

The tenor ukulele is gathering an increasing number of fans. More and more people are gravitating toward tenor ukuleles because of their deeper and fuller sound. After all, the larger the instrument, the bigger the sound. The size of the tenor ukulele may also be a better fit for some. Although at face value there doesn’t […]

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