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    fair enough. anyone have a lead on an ukulele course for the flamenco style if there is one?

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    Just enter 'flamenco on ukulele' in your favourite online search engine, I found loads of links.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    cool. will give that a try. was thinking of a full course like skillshare or truefire where there is a string of videos in a series. I'll go the cheap route.

    I looked further into cameras and think it will be best to get a name brand camcorder than a still camera. It will be slightly cheaper to buy a new sony handycam than to buy a used canon camera with a lens and it can even do 1080 at 60fps if I wanted it to. Also took a while to find specs on the canon eos camera and it appears to not save video? I did some youtube searches on that cheap camera and it is a lemon.

    as an aside, I found a uke comic!

    peanuts ukulele.jpg

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    not a uke cover, but excellent nevertheless. Definitely worth a watch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Harmony Smurf View Post
    I looked further into cameras and think it will be best to get a name brand camcorder than a still camera. It will be slightly cheaper to buy a new sony handycam than to buy a used canon camera with a lens and it can even do 1080 at 60fps if I wanted it to. Also took a while to find specs on the canon eos camera and it appears to not save video? I did some youtube searches on that cheap camera and it is a lemon.

    peanuts ukulele.jpg
    I dont know much about camcorders, but googling the Sony Handycams they look very promising.
    I spend a lot of time googling for the best compact still camera for video, and Sony Rx100 come in as king in most reviews. As far as I can see, many of sonys Handycams come with the same sensor size, so It can hardly be a mistake to go with.
    The reason I go with a still camera myself, is that I like to take still pictures as well and prefer one solution for both :-)
    I have been using an Olympus EPM1 for years, a small mirrorless camera with interchangable lenses. I put on a Lumix f1. 7 prime lens. I recently "upgraded" to a fuji X70 fixed lens compact camera. I am not sure I figured out the right video settings, for now I like the old camera video better.
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    here is a video of some quirky things at NAMM that I found entertaining. there is a cool uke at 7:53 that looks fun and a rockin' one right afterwards that appears to be a steel string solid body uke(I could be wrong).

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    lol love that uke! i think the electric one is a bass https://tinyboybass.com/spec.html 23 inch scale?
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    yep. I confirm your suspicion that it was a bass by seeing the other designs in the background. my bad.
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    Gotta love it when things come together completely by accident and chance. SO tonight I was making a thumbnail on canva.com on an entry Jon and I collab'd on... Here's the thumbnail I made on purpose:


    Not bad, right?

    I enjoy making up goofy band names too. WHile making that, this accidentally came through

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    Can't see anything, Joko ... or is it just me???
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