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What is the compare between a guitar and uke?

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Hi 

I am reading forum to learn guitar but maximum forums asked buy ukulele before start guitar. then understand a little about uke and guitar but what is the compare about guitar and ukulele? 

what is best for starter. I have read lots of article. but what about this article to follow to buy new ukulele.  this is ukulele buying guide

 

For guitar does any one recommend me a brand or model or for ukulele?

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I can't help you on brands, but if you want to learn guitar, start with guitar.  Comparing a ukulele to a guitar is like comparing a violin to a cello.  Different instrument, different range, and different tone.  I can't help with brands because the ukulele I want is $2000 and I can't afford that anymore.  There was a time when I had money to spend on musical instruments.  That was quite a while ago.

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