To give Ukulele training to a beginner is something which I like the most. I consider Ukulele is a fun instrument. Do not take my words wrong by thinking that it is an easy instrument because a beginner needs to practice a lot to master it.
Like every skill in life, you need to learn the basics first. The same is the case with learning the ukulele. I always initiate the beginners training with the basic chords. By starting with the majors, minors and then go on with the other chords.
When anybody wishes to learn ukulele, there is a need to find out the best ukulele for them, which can be decided by age, experience or requirement. Basically, there are four types of Ukulele available: Soprano, concert, tenor, and Baritone.
Among all types, I would recommend the beginners to start their ukulele training with Baritone. It is an easy instrument to learn to play. It has four strings and its music is much different from other ukulele varieties. Baritone ukuleles are the largest of the ukulele sizes and the tuning is same as the bottom 4 strings of a guitar. Baritone ukulele is warmer and deeper than other ukulele types. With unique tuning, the music by it is relaxing and find appealing to almost everyone.
Learning anything new is not easy and requires a lot of effort to be successful. Every beginner requires a special attention and is believed by me as well. So I never let my students struggling in the initial period of their learning and try to make them comfortable with the one-on-one training session.
It is so easy to take ukulele with you and practice anywhere. I always carry my ukulele with me whenever I go for outings and recommend the same to my students. This will increase the comfort level of carrying the instrument and will create more passion to learn.
With me, you will enjoy playing Ukulele and I will help you to improve each and every day.