Happy birthday greetings uncle rod, have a super day
Hey Uncle Rod, Relative to my confusion in bootcamp. My ear now knows when to put in a diminished chord.I still need to acquire more facility in making the chords but now I know when to use them. Your Bootcamp method is the best!
Thanks for your reply to "Confusion in Bootcamp" it was helpful. Tommy
Howzit Unko Rod...your PM box is filled brah..how can I get in touch with you lidat...
Aloha Unko Rod, Hauoli la Hanau greetings, Bruddah...hope you are well and you had a awesome day with family and friends..
Is that, a violin shaped ukulele? Your avatar? A real, violin ukulele?
Thank you brother.. God Bless
Hi, just wanted to say thank yo for the boot camp practice sheets, I love those chord progressions, and they are getting a bit easier already! Fantastic, thank you for your generosity!
No worries. as the German proverb goes, "In the beginning everything is hard".
In other words, give it some time and it will get easier. It takes time for callouses to form on your fingertips and it takes time for your muscles to learn how to work together to get your fingers into the correct positions.
You are definitely on the right path as you are actually doing something about it! Hence, no worries... it will come and that sooner rather than later! It all adds up, especially when we practice more or less regularly without too much time off.
At our SUPA song circle it is evident whether our members have been playing on the side or simply waiting for the next song circle. those who play on the side (ie practice) get better and better sooner. Those who simply play once a month show little or no improvement. they are either OK with this, or they don't get it - that practice will make things easier and better.
So take heart!
Oops---I meant C-Cdim-Dm7 and F-Fdim-Gm7 are particularly troublesome. See how mixed up I get?