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Next size up from the Concert ukulele is the Tenor ukulele.
The Tenor ukulele sized in between the smaller Concert ukulele and the larger Baritone ukulele.
- 17in(432mm) to 19in(482mm) Scale Length
- 14 to 17 frets
Several manufactures and builders have variations where a 19in(482mm) scale neck is placed on a Tenor body for a "Super Concert". The 19in scale is close to a Baritone scale length.
The tuning for the Tenor is most commonly G C E A, or 'C' Tuning. The same as the Soprano and Concert ukulele.
This tuning is a re-entrant tuning. A reentrant tuning is a tuning the strings are not ordered from the lowest pitch to the highest pitch.
A variation for Tenor ukulele is for string four to be a low "G".
Note: There are variation of concerts ukulele with a tenor ukulele scale length. Using the proper strings a tenor ukulele can also be tuned d G B E, a G tuning with a high D. See the Baritone Ukulele page for more details on this tuning.
Here is a chart of the each note in Standard Music Notation for C Tuning , high or low G.
See the Ukulele Tunings page for additional tunings.
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