The ukulele already offers a wide range of possibilities in its traditional

High g tuning (gCEA). But the Low G tuning (GCEA) has its own unique

appeal and undeniable advantages.

The decision to tune the ukulele to Low G opens a door to a rich tonal

spectrum that makes the instrument more versatile and expressive in

many ways. The deeper tone of Low G significantly expands the sound

spectrum of the ukulele, allowing it to fit harmonically into a wider range

of musical styles. From gentle ballads and bluesy grooves to sophisticated

jazz arrangements - the Low G tuning gives the ukulele an incomparable

depth and warmth.

These five dreamy miniatures for the fingerstyle ukulele can be played in

Low G tuning as well as on the baritone ukulele in Low D tuning (DGBE).