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Thursday, June 6, 2013

What Kind of Ukulele Does Kimo Play??

Book Three of The Hawaiian Island Detective Club releases in exactly two months from today!!! That's August 6, 2013--Ukuleles Undercover.

Kimo is the big ukulele player in the Akamai family. The instrument he plays is called a Soprano Ukulele. It’s very small and pretty easy to learn.

There are four basic types of ukuleles: Soprano, Concert (also called Alto,) Tenor, and Baritone.

As a general description, the Concert Uke is larger than the Soprano with a fuller tone. The Tenor is larger yet and can have different numbers of strings (4, 6, or 8.) The Baritone is the largest and can be tuned like a guitar.

There are other unique ukuleles such as the Pineapple and Fluke Ukuleles.

For more detailed information and photos, check out this web site:

Don’t forget to read a snippet about Ukuleles Undercover by visiting my web site: Cheryl's Website!

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The Hawaiian Island Detective Club
Book One—Pineapples in Peril
Available NOW!
Book Two—Menehunes Missing
Available NOW!
Book Three—Ukuleles Undercover
RELEASES August 6, 2013


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