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    Default Misty - played on classical guitar

    Hello

    I'm a new member here - and having fun with a recently acquired ukulele!

    Just thought I'd share something of my main instrument. A piece from a recital I did a few months ago.


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    Really nice job Lizalele!
    I am the best ukulele player on my block!

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    Sounds Great!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    You will have absolutely no trouble playing ukulele in finger style at your level!
    The only thing you may not like is the fret height!
    Welcome to our ukulele world!

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    Lovely work Liza, I really enjoyed your rendition. Thank you for sharing.
    All the best,
    Campbell


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    Thanks for listening everyone! I appreciate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    You will have absolutely no trouble playing ukulele in finger style at your level! The only thing you may not like is the fret height!
    Well, finger picking is mostly what I do one the uke. I think strumming is the weaker bit of my technique! I don't find the fret height so bad, it's the tiny size of the neck that's tricky. Those frets are small - and I have a concert uke. I decided against a soprano! Also, sometimes my right hand "looks for" the other two strings, but that's improving.

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    That was absolutely lovely! So nice to hear a guitar being played well!

    Bravo!

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    Very enjoyable, there are so many songs from this era and genre and I love to listen to them. Nicely played, thanks !

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    Thanks for listening! Much appreciated.

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    Lovely playing. Classical guitar is a grand instrument. What brand is that one?
    All for sale; pm me:


    Brand new Loprinzi Honduran mahogany soprano w new hardshell case. $350 -> 325

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