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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Ukulele Shane KolbuP.8 2/10/15 "Ukulele." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 9 Feb. 2015. Web. 09 Feb. 2015."Ukulele." Britannica School. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc., 2015. Web. 9 Feb. 2015. Sources: The ukulele is related to a guitar. It is like a smaller version with similar features that produces a soothing sound. The ukulele is based on several small guitar-like instruments of Portuguese origin, the machete the cavaquinho and the rajão. In the 1960s, educator J. Chalmers Doane used the ukulele as an inexpensive and practical teaching instrument to foster musical literacy in the classroom. The ukulele is a stringed instrument string instrument. The ukulele is a plucked, nylon stringed instrument usually played with the bare thumb and/or fingertips, or a felt pick. What Category is it? Who has Used it? The ukulele is plucked to make a sound similar to a guitar but makes a soothing sound How Does it make Sound? The ukulele can change pitches by tuning it at the handle, much like a guitar. How Does it Change Pitch? The ukulele can be plucked harder to amplify the sound it makes. How Can Its Sound be Amplified? Ukuleles are generally made of wood, though variants have been composed partially or entirely of plastic or other materials. The strings themselves were originally made of catgut. Modern ukuleles use nylon polymer strings, with many variations in the material. What Other Instruments is it Related to? What is it made of?
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