The Grand Concert ukulele is larger than the Soprano ukulele, and the overall sound and tone is fuller. For performers, this model is great because you get a rich full sound, and since you have more frets, you’re able to reach higher notes on the fretboard. Grand Concert ukuleles are commonly tuned in standard tuning (G, C, E, A), but some will choose to tune it lower like a baritone ukulele to D, G, B, E.
Larger ukuleles gets more and more popular. In comparasion to the little brother Soprano, the RU300 has a longer scale length (385mm) and more frets (18), as well as a larger body. This means a more fuller sound and more room for your fingers. The body has an antique white binding and a fishbone rosett around the sound hole.