I've noticed that I play a lot of chords on ukulele with larger intervals in them, and often the chord voicings have big stretches from the lowest notes to the highest notes.
Obviously, I know beginners often struggle with chord shapes, but for more intermediate to advanced players, how far can most players reach over the fingerboard? Or in more precise words, what's the practical limit on how big a chord can be before it gets unplayable to most people?
As an example, if I asked a friend to play the D above middle C and the E♭ a minor ninth above it, would that be doable?
For simplicity, let's limit the question to the standard soprano size ukulele. If you want to get specific with tunings, C standard with a high G, since that's the most common one.