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1. A decent ukulele. There is no point in trying to learn on a substandard instrument - it just makes it harder. The really cheap ones (£15) just don’t work. Aim to spend £50 plus if you can. It will be money well spent and even if you don’t continue playing, you can always sell it on.2. An electronic tuner. The technology exists so we no longer have to tune by ear. They are inexpensive and will keep you sounding sweet.3. A music stand. Always handy to have to put your music on, it makes life so much easier and you may have an old one up in the loft. If not, they are relativly cheap online.If you have any questions or would like to discuss any aspect of the classes then feel free to get in touch.You can call me on 07771 510823 or email firstname.lastname@example.org