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Kala Brand offers over 200 models of ukuleles. They've got everything from entry-level ukuleles manufactured overseas to high-end instruments hand-made from the company's headquarters. In its first few years, Kala Brand has grown sales to more than 400,000 units annually. Their customer base includes everyone from a regular player in your neighbourhood to professional musicians like R&B Legend Taj Mahal, Megan Trainor, and award-winning Hawaiian singer-songwriter, Ali'i Keanaaina. Let's have a look at how they operate at Kala Ukulele Shop.


Concert Ukuleles

The concert ukulele was developed in the 1920s and was designed to be slightly bigger than a soprano ukulele. Although the concert ukulele may vary in sizes, it usually measures around 23 inches in length. The concert ukulele tuning is tuned to GCEA just like the soprano and tenor ukuleles.

We have carefully curated only the top ukulele brands here at Ukulelemate. We only offer the best concert ukuleles to ensure you receive a concert ukulele that you love. Now it's just a matter of picking the instrument that you can picture yourself playing for years to come!

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Tenor Ukuleles

The tenor ukulele has gained popularity in recent years. More people are leaning towards this ukulele size because the tenor ukulele sound produces a deeper and more solid volume compared to its smaller siblings, the soprano and concert ukuleles. It’s typically 2 inches longer than the concert and about 4 inches longer than the soprano size. Have a browse through our collection and listen to the sound samples, that will help you pick out something suitable for you.

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Soprano Ukuleles

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Baritone Ukuleles

If you are a guitar player and want to dabble with playing the ukulele, you would probably like how the baritone ukes are strung. That’s because the baritone ukulele tuning is the same as the top four strings of a guitar, which is D G B E. As a guitar player, you won’t have a hard time with the transition to playing the ukulele and that’s really awesome!

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"Recently purchased Kala mahogany concert ukulele. Love this ukulele. I am a first timer and learner but the tone of this ukulele even makes me sound good. The service was fabulous and the extras are all great to buy in the bundle. The bag is great for protection. I would highly recommend this site. I am already looking through it again for another uke. Think I want a pineapple, but open on options. So many to choose from. As a beginner this site is invaluable. Thanks guys"

Cheryl C.

2 MARCH 2020, 12:21

"I purchased my first Ukulele from Ukulelemate 9 months ago! Had a ton of fun with it! I had a strange buzzing coming from it a few months after I purchased it, took it to my local music store who told me they thought the neck was warped and to take it back to where I purchased it. I contacted Bernard at Ukulelemate who asked me to send a sound clip of the buzzing and impressed me with “if we can’t get to the bottom of the buzz we will replace the Ukulele for you”! Wow! Sent off the sound clip and Bernard identified straight away that it was a worn string! LOL - I had been practising so hard I had worn the string out!! (I have no idea what the guy in the music store couldn’t pick that up). Changed the string and buzz gone!!!! I was very impressed with the service!"

Delphine Misst

15 SEP 2017, 14:42

"I have bought several ukes from Ukulele Mate over time and have also written quite a few feedback to the team. Hard to say which uke is best as each one has its unique wood design and sound. I love them all! In short, it has been a pleasure communicating with Joel, Shai and the rest of the staff. Service is outstanding and prompt, products are high quality and the ukes are beautiful to look at, even sweeter to play! They would bend over backwards to make customers happy, which seem to be their greatest reward."

Amy Lee

25 NOV 2018, 15:38