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Thread: Uke Lesson 17 - 1234 (Plain White T's)

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    Default Uke Lesson 17 - 1234 (Plain White T's)

    Hey all you cool people of the Underground! May's episode of Uke Lessons is here to save the day!

    Uke Lesson 17 - 1,2,3,4 (The Plain White T's ... sorry Feist fanatics)

    There were quite a few threads discussing this one, but we're always open for discussion : D Questions, comments, tips, ideas, personal preferences? Post them below!

    The Play-Along will be up soon!

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    strumming pattern is awesome... sweet aZZZ song

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    Here ya go:

    "1,2,3,4" Ukulele Play-Along!

    There are a couple inconsistencies between the lesson and Play-Along version (blame Aldrine ). nothing major though. If you guys spot them and have questions, let us know! Mahaloz.

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    Wonderful song. I love these videos!
    -Alan (UKISOCIETY)

    My muse.

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    Awesome video. Great tutorial

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    yeh.. !! i like the play alongs, makes it easier lol

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    SUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUPPPPPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRR RRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH man this is Awe-some! Get some of that awe a.g!
    Just with a first rough run through on my going out of tune uke, i started getting giddy! i'm going to go practice
    Evil is a deed as I live.
    -from dmitri martin palindrome

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    Thank you!

    Really wanted to learn this one
    "If you try dying, you die trying." ~ John Su

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    Super awesome. The fingering suggestions on the picking helped. as well as all the repetition.

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    Thank you a lot for this great lesson, Aldrine! I also can't emphasize enough how helpful those awesome play-alongs are!

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