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Bibliography and Wikipedia Notes

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  • The “scale” is the length of the playable part of the strings, from the nut at the top to the bridge at the bottom

  • Exact range depends on the tuning and the number of frets.

  • On the soprano, concert, and tenor instruments, the most common tuning results in a "bottom" string that is not the lowest in pitch, as it is tuned a 5th higher than the next string (and a major 2nd below the "top" string). This is called re-entrant tuning.

  • "Ukulele/Banjouke". 2 January 2014. Retrieved 30 November 2016.

  • Tenor ukuleles exist in a variety of styles, with 4, 5, 6, and 8 strings. What the tenor is called depends on which style it has been designed in.

  • Eight-string "taropatch" baritone ukuleles have been made; however, they are very rare. See, for example, the Kamaka HF-48

  • See the Luna Uke Bass and the Kala U-Bass

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