* The above pictured dimensions were taken from Luna brand ukuleles and can be used as a general rule for identifying purposes, with each brand varying slightly in measurement, but following the same order.
There are four main types of ukuleles: Soprano – Concert (or Alto) – Tenor – Baritone
Soprano: Tuning: GCEA, ADF#B
Concert (or Alto): Tuning: GCEA (re-entrant), GCEA (linear (tune G down an entire Octave))
Tenor: Tuning: GCEA (re-entrant), GCEA (linear) using Low 4th G string, or DGBE (like Baritone)
Baritone: Tuning: DGBE (1st four strings of a guitar)
Bass is as a regular Bass guitar would be tuned: low to high (4th-1st) EADG
**remember that the 1st string of any guitar or UKULELE is the one furthest from your face while playing ** (the smallest/thinnest string on a GUITAR is the first, and furthest away from your face while playing it)
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example is a standard tuned concert ukulele with a glass slide