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  1. Thread: Make it Snappy

    by LarryS
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    Make it Snappy

    a little chord prog I came up with on the concert uke, using a short, sharp strumming pattern, strumming further down the fingerboard than usual which increases the snappiness and makes for a...
  2. Thread: Banjo anyone?

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    So you're using fiddle tuning? (GDAE)

    So you're using fiddle tuning? (GDAE)
  3. Yes I sometimes wish I'd got a soprano rather...

    Yes I sometimes wish I'd got a soprano rather than the concert. I like its short, snappy tone.
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    And of course you don't need a high end uke. Just...

    And of course you don't need a high end uke. Just 4 strings and a smile
  5. At the end of the day the uke is a fun little...

    At the end of the day the uke is a fun little instrument that always makes me smile so in the end, forget theory and just have fun!
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    Daddy.......

    Daddy.......
  7. Thread: Wasps

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    Please don't spray dandelions, it is death to...

    Please don't spray dandelions, it is death to bees,and we need bees!
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    Fortune.......

    Fortune.......
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    Why is it misguided?

    Why is it misguided?
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    Yes you can but why would you?

    Yes you can but why would you?
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    That is really nice. I already have a concert uke...

    That is really nice. I already have a concert uke but I'd love that in soprano if I had the dosh
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    Sounds good to me. But I already have a concert...

    Sounds good to me. But I already have a concert and a bari. Wouldn't mind a low G tenor though.
  13. I'm quite fond of the I IV V blues progression....

    I'm quite fond of the I IV V blues progression. Works well with some chords, not so great with others. For example blues in E is good (E7 A7 B7) as is blues in A (A7 D7 E7) but if you do the same...
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    .....Top.....

    .....Top.....
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    Gold..........

    Gold..........
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    Necessity......

    Necessity......
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    New saw blade needed...😉

    New saw blade needed...😉
  18. If you want to play classical and baroque music...

    If you want to play classical and baroque music on it then yea it would help. But if you just like to strum away or play fingerstyle blues and such then no. Its an instrument suited to improvisation.
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    Creator......

    Creator......
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    Sensitive ....

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    Looks aren't important I suppose but I prefer to...

    Looks aren't important I suppose but I prefer to see wood grain
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    When I bought my Brunswick bari it was tuned GCEA...

    When I bought my Brunswick bari it was tuned GCEA reentrant!
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    Welcome Marc, enjoy your time on the porch with...

    Welcome Marc, enjoy your time on the porch with your uke. Its never time wasted
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    I think I know what you mean. Its called an off...

    I think I know what you mean. Its called an off beat where the first bar has less than the required 4 quarter notes so you have to make it up elsewhere.
    Like in this recorder piece I recently...
  25. Thread: Albinoni

    by LarryS
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    . It is not actually written by...

    <Pedant mode>. It is not actually written by Albinoni, but was written in the 19th century by Giazotto
    <Pedant mode off>
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