Ukulele chord solo! It's simple only 4 strings!

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  1. Tomo

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    Chord Melody Ukulele

    Hope you like this.

    I recorded this 2 weeks after I got my this ukulele.

    lately I am really into this. It's fun.

    PS, I think I played this through my 67 Pro Reverb?
    or my Fuchs 50?


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    Keep trying, you'll get the hang of it!!:rolleyes:

    Ukes are a blast!!
     
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    Thanks for your encouragement. I am working on.

    This is great way to learn all triads on 123/234...

    It's nice to learn songs and apply ideas into it.


    Now I have a cutaway Ukulele.


    Tomo
     
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    Thanks for Sharing Tomo. I definitely sounds like you're having fun. It put a smile on my face.
     
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    very nice Tomo! ...and you can play blues with it,ha! Familiar sounding tune, what is it?

    I have thought about getting one for travel. What kind of Ukuleles do y'all play, don't see much gear talk about them?!
     
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    You're welcome! Ukeleles are really big in Japan. It's really fun to play.

    Actually it's great way to know all triads.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4XhMANcCbM&search=Kamakawiwo'ole

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    I bring my Ukulele to my gig. Of course I use my Fuchs 50.

    Thanks for listening.

    PS, I just got my master (new cd) ... I can't wait!!!


    Tomo


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    Thank you so much! Yes, I play it like a guitar.

    Wish .... star? I know the song... but song title?

    I just came back from my family vacation. It was neet to bring
    small Uke instead of guitar.


    Tomo
     
  11. Tomo

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    I almost forget this one.

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  13. Tomo

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    Thanks!

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    only 4 strings and 12 notes. how can one make a mistake??? :YinYang
     
  15. Tomo

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    Too many choices! One note on one string....

    I tried to learn Wes 's approach... I think he played a tenor guitar (4 strings) before a guitar...

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    Someone asked me about Ukulele.... Thanks for listening. I really like playing Ukulele. I heard that Wes Montgomery used to play a tenor guitar before guitar playing... make sense about position on 4 strings...

    Tomo
     
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    I loved that! Thanks. My daughter plays uke, I'll show her this.
     
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    You're welcome and enjoy!

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