Uke’n Do It!



The Ukulele is a Hawaiian instrument that was played to bring people of different cultures together even if they didn't speak the same language. The Ukulele is a four stringed instrument from the guitar family but much smaller in size as compared to a regular sized guitar. Regardless of whether you’re a musician or non musician, young or old, this is the perfect instrument to learn. The Ukulele has a rich, warm sound that is sure to put a smile on anyone’s face! Not only is it easy to pick up, it also has a lot of benefits. Did you know even famous personas like President Barack Obama, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Taylor Swift play the Ukulele?


The Ukulele is small in size, meaning they are light in weight and portable! Uke’s are also much easier to hold in comparison to the guitar. This comes in handy especially for children. So, the next time you decide to go camping, you know which instrument to carry along, they are especially great to play around a bonfire!

The Uke is one of the easiest instruments to learn! With just three simple chords you can play hundreds of tunes on your Uke! The fact that it has only four strings and a smaller fretboard makes it much less intimidating to learn. When learning the guitar, it may take a solid few weeks before you learn how to play chords, however with the Ukulele, there are people who pick chords up within the first 30 minutes of their lesson! If you want an easy and smooth introduction to the world of music, a Ukulele is the way to go!


In today’s fast paced world, we all go through numerous stress, boredom, anxiety and even depression! Playing an instrument is a great coping mechanism to fight all the above mentioned issues. Studies show that music has restorative properties to our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Channel any nervousness or anger into playing the Uke and we are convinced you won’t return to reality with the same perspective! Ukuleles are inexpensive and playing on one when you feel low can be considered as a free therapy session!


Photo taken at Reynold's Brigade Road showroom


Learning to play the Ukulele can help you pick up skills in your regular life too! Today, most people work on laptops and computers which means they need to know how to type fast. Playing the Ukulele helps improve your finger dexterity and if you want to get better at using both hands, the Ukulele is a fun way to become ambidextrous! Playing musical instruments is known to exercise both hemispheres of the brain. Consider learning to play the Ukulele as a fun way to exercise your brain!


Reynold’s has a wide variety of Ukuleles displayed in our stores, from solid colours to some really cool graphic printed Ukuleles! Visit a Reynold’s showroom and let us help find the right one for you! For more information, you can also visit our website Reynold’s or contact us on +91-95186-20000.


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