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    Default In Your Hawaiian Way

    So I came across this and have been obsessed all day.



    Does anyone have the chord chart for this?

    :mahalo

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    Here ya go.
    Forgot to add in the intro which is: D7-G7-C, D7-D7-C
    The Way she plays it the intro is: D7-G7-C-C x2
    Last edited by twebby; 06-30-2010 at 08:52 PM.

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    Many thanks!

    When I watch her play, it looks like she is using different chords from those listed. Is this my imagination? Would it be different between types of Ukes? I am playing a Kala Tenor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooki View Post
    Many thanks!

    When I watch her play, it looks like she is using different chords from those listed. Is this my imagination? Would it be different between types of Ukes? I am playing a Kala Tenor.
    Looks like she's playing a soprano. Usually sopranos, concerts and tenors are tuned gcea but some people tune them differently. Hard to tell, maybe she's using bar chords or she's playing it in another key, doesn't matter unless you want to play along with her.
    UWC; only those who have not been can rationalize not going.

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    UWC; only those who have not been can rationalize not going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mooki View Post
    Many thanks!

    When I watch her play, it looks like she is using different chords from those listed. Is this my imagination? Would it be different between types of Ukes? I am playing a Kala Tenor.
    It seems as she's using some of the same chords with variation. The variation shes playing seems more suited for a beginner, while my variation is based off of the actual sheet music for the song. Also it would not be any different unless shes using a baritone or something other than standard GCEA tuning.

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    Man many thanks to both of you.

    :mooki

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    Just a FYI. A group called Nalu released the song in '93 on the album of the same name.

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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