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    Default 2011 Denver Uke Fest Videos

    Here are some videos from the Denver Uke Fest. My camera sucks, apparently, so the quality isn't what it could be. I'll post more as I get them up.



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    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    Here's another one. The Boulder Acoustic Society featuring Aaron Keim on banjo uke.
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    Aloha Chris,
    Thanks for the videos...it must have been really fun but darn cold....I hope they served some brew to keep you warm....
    I've never seen these groups and it was a real treat for me...BTW How's the new Kiwaya man??? Thanks for sharing, MM Stan

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    And another one!
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    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    It actually wasn't too cold, just really snowy. I guess it would have been cold for you though, Stan!
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    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    Aloha Chris, thanks for sharing. That was awsome , one of my favorites. Don't think I've heard that intro before. Don't get no betta then that Aldrine, but I said that thet last time too. Amazing!

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    Aloha! Chris met you and your 1950 Martin before Fridays show......soooooo nice. Thought you might be thinking about a Bass Uke after Friday's show. Thanks for the videos from Saturday, definitely thought Adrian and Aaron were one of the many highlight's of Saturday's show. Take care hope the drive home to the western slope wasn't too bad. bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by digginglife View Post
    Aloha! Chris met you and your 1950 Martin before Fridays show......soooooo nice. Thought you might be thinking about a Bass Uke after Friday's show. Thanks for the videos from Saturday, definitely thought Adrian and Aaron were one of the many highlight's of Saturday's show. Take care hope the drive home to the western slope wasn't too bad. bob
    Hehe... I've been thinking about a UBass since Kala debuted them, even before I'd ever played one! I'd still like to get one someday. Who were you? I met so many people that most of them have blurred together, lol!
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    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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    Friday we both chatted with Aldrine briefly, I think that was you, any way we both grabbed a drink in the cafe down stairs I asked about Montrose. I remember the Martin more than anything. lol

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    Oh right! You were the first person I talked with! Welcome to the UU! You'll improve by leaps and bounds just from being here! I certainly did!
    There are two types of people in this world:
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    ca. 1923-'27 Martin Style 3M, ca. 1927-'28 Martin Style 2M, 1950s Martin Style 1M, ca. 1930 Gibson Uke 3, Kiwaya KTS-7, Mainland Gloss Mahogany Soprano, Mainland Red Cedar Pineapple Soprano, Mainland Maple Soprano Banjo Uke, Flea Soprano, Maccaferri Islander Soprano and Baritone, et al...
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