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#1 What Is A Ukulele?

Posted on: October 2nd, 2013 by dville

Welcome to the first installment of 26 Basic Ukulele Lessons: What Is A ‘Ukulele?  These three-minute lessons are designed for the person who is just getting started on the ukulele. All lessons soon available on Pop Up Uke Patreon website. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1053223368381580

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  1. David G. Robinson says:

    Starting over hoping to get it right. I collected various small instruments and now need to seriously learn to play them. Most are Ukulele related or connected. I used to play guitar as a kid. Now I miss playing. I have two ukes a charango, a guitalele, a couple guitars, a cumbus, an autoharp and a lap harp. I also have various whistles, harmonicas, and fipple flutes. I am concentrating on Ukulele and Irish whistle in D. Thank you for the lessons. I intend to get it down correctly.

  2. shawn says:

    thank you! thank you!

  3. elaine rose says:

    I started teaching myself to play a little while ago but it’s great to hear you go through everything….It probably won’t be long until you reach the part in your teaching where I’ll really need to get on board.In the meantime I’m certain that I’ll be learning stuff I’ve missed out anyway. Cheers.

  4. Trevor Allen says:

    This is a really helpful initiative .Well done, Kala .

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