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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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Best Acoustic Guitar Pickup Reviews: Guide To The Top 5 (2018)

The best acoustic guitars are known for their rich, deep and distinct tones. Manufacturers often hype their choice of tonewoods over other brands for just this reason. Mahogany for its bright projection, spruce for that classic twang, exotics for a unique sound and big price tag, and so on. The shape of your guitar also […]

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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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37 Easy Ukulele Songs for Beginners You Can Learn Today

Let’s be honest, you didn’t start learning the ukulele to play “Mary Had a Little Lamb” or “She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain.” But too often that’s what you’re stuck doing as a beginning ukulele player. It’s boring, and it’s a little bit discouraging. Here at Acoustic Bridge, we believe that learning instruments should be fun, […]

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10 False Beliefs Holding You Back from Playing Guitar

This is a guest post by Kevin DePew from the awesome site Relax and Learn Guitar. Kevin has been playing guitar for over 30 years, and RLG includes a variety of video lessons, personalized instruction, and a dedicated online community of people who want to learn guitar. I have worked with a lot of people […]

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