Which instruments is best for beginners? - For beginners, kids and schools it's hard to go wrong with the Koda polycarbonate instruments, as it's low cost, lightweight and durable and comes in an array of designs & colours to suit all tastes.
Which brand is best for instruments? - For the more serious player we stock a selection of Tanglewood Ukuleles with options in beautiful wood finishes, different bodies and both full acoustic / electro-acoustic with pick-ups for performers and amazing sound. If you've got the budget however, Ortega ukuleles offer incredible craftsmanship and solid acacia, mahogany and spruce finishes. Also available with pre-amps.
We also stock a full range of Ukulele Accessories including;
Small size or big sizes, for fair a price. Some of your products are also on sale. When you want to go forward to buy and get one of your mini guitars then you can choose Click & Collect in Dublin 15 or Nationwide Irish Delivery via our Courier Partners.
Wondering how do I learn to play Ukulele?
You can learn Ukulele in Dublin or Online via our partner School in Dublin 15. To find out more, visit Blanchmusic.com
Did you know you can also complete exams in Ukulele here in Ireland through RSL Rockschool. You'll find the RSL Exam books here and our partner school in Dublin 15 is also Ireland's official RSL Rockschool Exam centre. If you're interested in finding out more visit; Blanchmusic.com
The Ukulele Renaissance - About the humble Uke
Once a fringe instrument on the world music scene, the humble Uke has enjoyed a renaissance in recent years, gaining popularity across multiple musical genres, mostly knows and connected with Hawaii. And it's no wonder really, with its distinctive tones and eminent playability it's not only a fun instrument but an ideal way to introduce kids to string instruments. The nylon strings are easy to play making the uke perfect for small hands as well as anyone with weak grip or other hand problems.
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