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The Vacationer Ukulele: Available in Tenor and Concert Sizes

The Vacationer Ukulele: Available in Tenor and Concert Sizes

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Aruba, Jamaica, oh I wanna take ya… Bermuda, Bahama, come on…

Take a deep breath and leave for a musical trip to your favorite beach with the Vacationer ukulele. This instrument is made from strong sapele wood and artfully decorated with ocean waves. With COVID-19 cases increasing across much of the country, chances are vacations won’t happen any time soon. Allow this ukulele to bring the vacation to you!

Bodies in the sand… tropical drink melting in your hand…

The Vacationer comes in two sizes: concert and tenor. The Vacationer Concert Ukulele is the smaller of the two but still an appropriate size for someone with larger hands to play. It is a step up from the smallest ukulele model, the soprano. Concert ukuleles are an ideal starting point for someone of any age or skill-level.

The Vacationer Tenor Ukulele is larger than the concert and may be more comfortable for an adult to play. If you are a guitar player, the tenor ukulele may feel more at home to you! Because the body is bigger and there is more space for the sound to resonate in, you may notice the chords ringing a little longer and fuller on a tenor instrument.  

With the exception of the sound differences and size, the Soprano and Concert Vacationer are nearly identical. It’s up to you to decide which you prefer!

To learn more about the difference between concert and tenor ukuleles, check out this blog post: What is the Difference Between a Concert and Tenor Ukulele?

We’ll be falling in love to the rhythm of a steel drum band…

Did you notice the sea turtle hiding in the waves of the Vacationer uke? This instrument is full of surprises. Don’t hesitate to jump in and embark on your next musical adventure with a Vacationer ukulele!

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