Personally, I’d say that if it is ultimately the guitar you are most interested in, I’d get stuck straight into learning that, and this will also give you the skills to be able to play the ukulele well (it is easy to transfer your knowledge of the guitar to the ukulele, you will have good strumming and fingering techniques in place, and chord shapes will be familiar to you, as shapes that are played on the top four strings of a guitar). That said, I don’t really think it matters too much, the ukulele is a lovely, fun, instrument to play, and if you start off on that, you will learn techniques which will also make sense if you move on to learn guitar. I’m sure you could be strumming a few chords on the uke within a week, but I’d suggest to learn beyond the three or four basic ones that many people settle on .
Wise words Andy
Can I throw this one in the hat; http://audiojungle.net/item/bright-new-start/2610740
I hate this spam! I really find it annoying! Clogging up our forums like it does! so far I have refrained from replying to these mindless threads until now! The best way to deal with these idiots is to flag them at the most speediest opportunity and not reply, thanks to support btw for dealing with them so quickly!
Anyway, enough said…...... I’m off for a large virtual pint of Liquid crapulence…anyone care to join me? Apparently it’s good for your colon….:)
Thanks to all the Envato staff for all their efforts on this important issue and for continually improving the marketplace. Looking forward to see how this works out
Congrats on the feature, some really nice stuff in your portfolio
I have collected quite a few over the years but the main ones I use are;
Martin acoustic 0001
Fender Telecaster Plus
Freshman Acoustic FA500GAC
Fender Jazz Bass.
You can never have enough guitars