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Thread: Arpeggio Meditations for Ukulele (Daniel Ward)

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    @TobyDog. I didn't like that either, however after some thought I realized:

    I have the book and I am studying it. Will I need to refer to an instructional video about these pieces more than a year into the future? Probably not.

    So then I bought them anyway. It was only $7. That's less than lunch.

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    In his pre-order email it says those who pre-ordered will get access to the videos for free. I sent an email to ask about it yesterday and waiting to hear back.

    Edit: Got a reply with a code to use to stream the videos for a year. So if you pre-ordered, send him an email about getting access to the videos.
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    Just received my book today (not a Pre-order). Despite my grumbling about having to pay for the videos, I am very happy with the book at this point - haven't played yet. But it looks great. I hope DW continues with his instructional books.

    The main reason I wanted to be able to download the video, was to be able to access them offline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TobyDog View Post
    Just received my book today (not a Pre-order). Despite my grumbling about having to pay for the videos, I am very happy with the book at this point - haven't played yet. But it looks great. I hope DW continues with his instructional books.

    The main reason I wanted to be able to download the video, was to be able to access them offline.
    TobyDog, if you install the Vimeo app, there is an option to save videos to watch offline.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Booksniffer View Post
    TobyDog, if you install the Vimeo app, there is an option to save videos to watch offline.
    Thank you for the tip, BookSniffer! That will make my life easier

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