Ukulele Bass (a.k.a. UBass or U-Bass)

It was noticed that the scale length of an Ashbory Bass was about the same as a Baritone Ukulele and the people at Road Toad then set about building a Baritone that would use the big Polyurethane strings. They went on to develop solid body Bass Ukuleles and smaller ones using Tenor and even Concert size bodies, (though they all have a wider neck than the ordinary Ukuleles of the same size), and increasingly more manufacturers are introducing Ukulele Basses into their range. All of these Ukuleles use the same EADG tuning as a normal Bass Guitar, and are played like a Bass rather than a Ukulele - so are they really Ukuleles? Add to this others have come to the conclusion that a longer, up to 66cm (26in; but still smaller than a guitar scale never mind a Bass) Scale gives better intonation and acoustic volume though they like to work with the Ukulele heritage of the instrument here by calling this Long Scale Ukulele Basses

Here are some Ukulele Basses I would like to have at Ukulele Corner
Click on the Ukulele for more information about it

Headway Baritone Bass Ukulele
Craftsman made
like this Headway

Kala Rumbler Bass Ukulele
Mass Market
like this Kala Rumbler

Bevan Galbraith captain QuarterBass Bass Baritone Ukulele
Pineapple or other shape
like this Captain Quarterbass

Aquila Long Scale Bass Ukulele
Long Scale
like this Shortbass One
Butser Mountain Music Longhorn Bass at Lardy's Ukulele Database
Solid Body
like this BMM Longhorn
Roadtoad Baby Buffo tenor scale Bass Ukulele
Short Scale
like this Baby Buffo