The Baritone ukulele is the fourth and largest size in the entire ukulele family of instruments. It has the same tuning standard as the first four strings of a guitar – DGBE – which makes it different from the other sizes. However, since chord shapes are the same as with GCEA tuning, other uke-size players can quickly adapt to playing the baritone uke. It has more room in between frets and produces an even larger, deeper, fuller, resonant and almost guitar-like sound than a tenor uke. It is best for more experienced players with wider shoulders and larger hands. It is an impressive instrument to play and can also serve as an introduction to the guitar.