The Baritone Ukulele – Review & Chord Chart

The Baritone ukulele is the same tuning as the high four strings on a guitar. A 4th lower than a regular ukulele, but the shapes are all the same. The main reason you would want a baritone ukulele is because it sounds so dang good. It is significantly smaller than a guitar but still gives you a similar depth and color. The standard G C E A just does not do this, and vise versa. Both G C E A and D G B E are the same intervals but with a different key and tension. The same shapes inspire different composition. It is fun to have both a regular ukulele and a baritone ukulele. Both are equally, and uniquely ukulele!

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4 thoughts on “The Baritone Ukulele – Review & Chord Chart

  1. [...] the high 4 on the guitar D-G-B-E.We have a free Chord Chart and explanation of the baritone here- The Ukulele Review – Baritone  Tell a friend!Tell A FriendYour Name(required)Your Email(valid email required)Your Friend's [...]

    August 20, 2011 at 11:49 am
    1. Clyde Ortego

      I own a Kala Acacia Baritone with a MiSi Pickup in and it sounds really good and clear, I play all kinds of music on from oldie to country and my wife and I really enjoy the sound.

      It has inspired me to actually learn how to play the guitar at my local Guitar shop.

      Mahalo
      Clyde Ortego

      June 8, 2014 at 2:05 am
  2. Jim

    Just what I needed, thanks!

    November 19, 2013 at 8:45 pm
  3. Bill

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