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Aria AGU160-CS Guitarlele

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$165.00

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Description

Top:  Spruce

Back & Sides:  Walnut

Neck:  Mahogany

Fingerboard:  Walnut

Frets:  19F

Bridge:  Walnut

Nut width:  43mm

Scale:  432mm

Finish:  TS (Tobacco Sunburst)

What is a Guitalele?

A guitalele (sometimes spelled guitarlele or guilele), also knows as a kīkū, is a cross between an old-style guitar & a tenor or baritone ukulele & “a 1/4 size” guitar.

It’s tuned just like a regular guitar. The sound, with a capo at the 5th fret, is usually mentioned as being the same as that of a classical guitar.

Here are a few more specifics about guitalele’s, including how they compare to the traditional ukelele:

The guitalele combines the convey ability of a ukulele, because of its small size.

Some even might have integrated microphones to connect with an amplifier. 

You can play the guitalele as an acoustic guitar.

A guitalele size is parallel to a ukulele.  It is played like a regular guitar. With the main four strings tuned like a low G ukulele, this gives it tuning of ADGCEA.

Some companies utilize the term “6-string ukulele” in explaining their 6-string, 6-course guitaleles can project to a bit fussy with the common six-string, four-course ukuleles which are generally known to by the exact name.

A single G string, these 4-course “6-string ukuleles” provide typically a closely spaced course of two A strings, single E string, & two C strings.

Thus, the Guitalele is closer to a six-string guitar. 

And the chord formation is resembling a standard 4-string ukulele.

– The Guitar Journal

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