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    I think the best place for a beginning uke player...

    I think the best place for a beginning uke player to start is with Stu’s Rockabilly course. It’s inexpensive and gets players playing three chord songs in no time and gets them adding little...
  2. Thread: Uke Selling

    by Kimosabe
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    Look, it

    Look, it
  3. Sold to the lucky buyer.

    Sold to the lucky buyer.
  4. Sold. Very minor marks. Beware of playing with a...

    Sold. Very minor marks. Beware of playing with a belt on.
  5. Sold to a fellow who just purchased a very...

    Sold to a fellow who just purchased a very beautiful tenor with a fantastic sound. I highly recommend Kanilea. I’m just downsizing and focusing on bass and occasionally my Pono chambered electric...
  6. Belt marks on back of Kanilea tenor for sale

    Every time I try to post it doesn’t include everything I write. Added some photos. Very faint. Have to turn the uke to see them in a certain light. This is a beautifully sounding uke.
  7. You’re right. I forgot to say. Tenor.

    You’re right. I forgot to say. Tenor.
  8. I’ll try in a few hours. It’s a very minor belt...

    I’ll try in a few hours. It’s a very minor belt indentation. I’ll see whether I can get it to show up in a photograph.
  9. Kanilea K-1 advertisement corrected $650 plus shipping

    Tenor Kanilea K-1. $650 plus shipping and insurance

    Sorry, trouble with posting and emailing on this forum. Kanilea K-1. $650 plus shipping and insurance


    I didn’t think I’d ever want to...
  10. Bump Kanilea K-1 $650 plus shipping and insurance

    Kanilea K-1. $650 plus shipping and insurance


    I didn
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    Kanilea K-1 For sale

    Kanilea K-1. $650 plus shipping and insurance


    I didn’t think I’d ever want to sell this but I play mostly bass these days and my Pono chambered electric baritone. I just don’t play this and...
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    Considering selling a Kanilea K-1

    I have a Kanilea K-1 that I love. It has a beautiful sound. Everyone, even with more expensive custom ukes, loves its sound but I don’t play it much. It has a few minor nicks here and there. I only...
  13. I live in Honolulu and I’d say NPR Hawaii’s...

    I live in Honolulu and I’d say NPR Hawaii’s Sunday Kanakapila show in the afternoon is your most comprehensive showing of current Hawaiian music.
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    Happy medium in singing and strumming

    Generally I strum my uke with my index finger/thumb and sing along and all is fine in the world. Sometimes I use a pick and wow--it sounds so much better/stronger/louder. BUT it's hard to compete...
  15. Uncle, I hear those things are so strong you...

    Uncle,

    I hear those things are so strong you might be using it for one bench when you’re not playin’.

    Aloha
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    Jazz definitely tends to avoid simple majors,...

    Jazz definitely tends to avoid simple majors, minors, and sevenths, and instead adds a fourth or fifth note to expand these basic chords, and as stated alters or extends basic triads.

    Go to Glen...
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    Thanks, emkc, for turning me on to her playing on...

    Thanks, emkc, for turning me on to her playing on the Kodak theme, really cool.

    Down down, up, up. Not too hard to remember.
  18. Ohta-San, Herb Ohta Sr. I love his bossa nova...

    Ohta-San, Herb Ohta Sr.

    I love his bossa nova work.
  19. Thread: bASS pORN

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    Second from the top on the left of the solid...

    Second from the top on the left of the solid bodies, the one with the added pick guard and Pahoehoe strings. I don’t really need another but boy is that a beauty. Great design on your part, but then...
  20. Thread: bASS pORN

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    Mike, If you ever get tired of your 24” Hadean...

    Mike,

    If you ever get tired of your 24” Hadean modifid body and paint please let me know. That’s a particular beauty in my eyes.
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    Do the chairs in your parlor seem empty and bare?...

    Do the chairs in your parlor seem empty and bare?
    Do you gaze at your doorstep and picture me there?
    Is your heart filled with pain, shall I come back again?
    Tell me dear, are you lonesome tonight?
  22. Mike, I’ve got a request: For those of us who...

    Mike,

    I’ve got a request: For those of us who live a little too far from McCabe’s to benefit from Denny Croy’s lessons, could you start a thread about some of the patterns that Denny taught you?...
  23. Your bass playing on that song does indeed make...

    Your bass playing on that song does indeed make me smile and that is what the song is all about. Great.
  24. Very nice playing. Got my feet moving, which is...

    Very nice playing. Got my feet moving, which is what a bass player should make you do, dance. Nice to hear the bass up like that also. My compliments to Cali. I didn’t know the song but it definitely...
  25. Couldn’t open your attached Cali song, but I had...

    Couldn’t open your attached Cali song, but I had lunch with Craig and Cali once a number of years ago when they were here for the Waikiki Ukulele Festival. Craig was impressed that I could play...
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