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    Quote Originally Posted by sam13 View Post
    Great job, Brenda ... Nice sustain and tonal colour on your LFDM.
    Thank you for watching Simon.

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    This is a repost from the Beatles thread: https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com...Christmas-fun!

    This rendition is expanded upon the arrangement by Mr. Mike Lynch. The genius of Mr. Lynch's arrangement is: Easy for beginners to pick up, but also flexible for expansion.


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    Beautiful, thanks so much.

    I felt like I knew him from his many videos. This meant a lot to me.
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    Loquax autem mutus es

    1920s Martin Style 2
    Anuenue Moon Bird Tenor
    Kanile'a K1T
    Pono Tenor Pro Classic (Macassar and Cedar)
    1923 Gibson tenor trap door banjo (ukefied)
    1920s SS Stewart soprano banjolele ("University Model")
    Kiwaya KSU-1L (long neck soprano)
    Flight TUS-35

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff E View Post
    Beautiful, thanks so much.

    I felt like I knew him from his many videos. This meant a lot to me.
    Thank you, Cliff.
    I am sure a lot of us on the forum felt we knew Mr. Lynch. He was kind and approachable in his videos. One of the best ukulele teachers ever.
    Last edited by Lapyang; 12-08-2018 at 11:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lapyang View Post
    Thank you, Cliff.
    I am sure a lot of us on the forum felt we knew Mr. Lynch. He was kind and approachable in his videos. One of the best ukulele teachers ever.
    I came to realize how important it is to show appreciation when the person is alive. Wish I have started this Tribute when he was still with us ! Hope his legacy lives on.

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