Baritone Ukelele, not Guitar, not Small Ukelele

Well finally this election is coming to a close, and I can focus on my new hobby.  That’s learning about jazz chords and how to use them on the baritone ukelele.

Why not a regular uke?  Well it’s got too tinny a sound and too small to finger chords up the neck.

Anyway, back to the point, I’m learning how to …

What?  A guitar, well yes, it’s a fuller richer instrument, but more difficult to play.

So I’ve started to work out the chords..

I know, I know, if I want to be a real jazz musician I should work with the guitar, but I’m trying to get a start with baritone uke.

So…

Use a small uke?  I just explained that a small uke is too small.  It’s too tinny.  It does not really let me experiment with jazz chords like I want.

No, I’m not going to use the guitar.  It’s too big for me.  Maybe not for everyone, but for me, I’m more comfortable with the smaller 4-stringed instrument.

NO, guitar vs. small uke are not my only choices.  I don’t care that nobody cares about a baritone uke.  It works for me.

Sorry all, I couldn’t help myself.   Smiling when I wrote this….

Really, I’m working on jazz chords for the baritone uke.  It’s fun.  There will be posts about it for real.

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