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Grab a Fender ukulele and make the world a happier place

by Marcus S SmithApril 14, 2018

The world seems pretty screwed up right now and you can’t help but get a little depressed when you are reading your news feeds, social media, watching TV news, etc. One remedy is to put down your phone, laptop, and TV, and pick up a ukulele. It’s tough to be sad when you’re strumming one of these tiny 4-stringed instruments and the California Coast series ukes from Fender will put a big smile on your heart.

The California Coast series of ukuleles from Fender include 5 models with sizes from Soprano which is the smallest standard uke, up to the larger Tenor sized instrument. The prices for these instruments start out small at $59.99 for the Venice Soprano and go up to $249.99 for the Montecito Tenor uke.

And the best news is if you don’t already know how to play the ukulele, Fender has you covered there too with their Fender Play app for iOS, Android, and desktops. Fender Play is their digital learning software that they’ve been offering for guitar, but now starting on May 3rd, they will be offering step-by-step digital lessons for ukulele too.

If you’re interested in learning more about Fender’s California Coast line of ukuleles, head over to shop.fender.com

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Marcus S Smith
Marcus Smith is a core team member of You Are a CEO, Inc. which was created by founder, Michael E. Parker, author of “Who Said So? Questions Revolutionary Businesses Ask That Makes Them Successful”