Starting in the 1920s, the ukulele gained popularity as performers such as Johnny Marvin, Roy “Wizard of the Strings” Smeck and Cliff “Ukulele Ike” Edwards featured the instrument in vaudeville acts and recordings. By this time, mainland guitar producers were mass-producing ukuleles by the thousands. Martin, for example, started producing during this time and based their design on the Nunes models. During this time, ukulele tablature (rather than guitar) was printed for all of the popular songs of the time, so the ukulele was seen as an easily accessible instrument.
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