​Are you unfamiliar with the greatness of ukuleles? Chances are you’ve heard a ukulele more than once, and can even identify one by its sound when you hear it, but there are plenty who still don’t know much about it — aside from seeing it as some sort of beach instrument.

​Ukuleles are easily one of the most unique and fun stringed instruments you can play. These mini-guitars of sorts offer a rich, lively sound that often reminds one of the shores and beaches of Hawaii, where the uke first rose to prominence.

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​While most are very familiar with the standard ukulele, a smaller portion of people are aware that bass versions exist. And while it’s easy to assume that a bass ukulele would have the same kind of smaller and more niche sound as its smaller counterpart, that’s not the case at all.

Kala KA-15S-S Soprano Ukulele Review

​A common misconception when buying “beginner instruments” is the assumption that one must accept an inferior product that is strictly for learning, and nothing past that. This involves purchasing a starter instrument, and then ditching it later for a better model when skills improve.

​Kala is a name that’s synonymous with quality, affordable ukuleles, so we were certainly excited to give the KA-CE Mahogany concert ukulele a try. And just as expected, it impresses far beyond its price point.

​When shopping for beginner sets for a particular instrument, it’s easy to get caught up in all the stuff included with the instrument, rather than the overall quality itself. This leads to many people buying an instrument bundle that comes with a ton of extra items, only to be disappointed later by the lack of quality.

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