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    I used the hanon exercises for piano. Thanks for the link to a ukulele version. Found out I had to go to full screen to get a readable copy for iBooks. These exercises should help with the pinkie.

    Should maybe watch the videos with an eye to technique.

    Thanks all
    LACole
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Here's a little waltz I wrote a while back, it makes use of the Campanella technique
    Played on a reentrant tuned baritone.

    Thanks for sharing your playing, Campbell! Amazing!

    Just subscribed to your channel and hope to learn a few tunes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzums View Post
    Thanks for sharing your playing, Campbell! Amazing!

    Just subscribed to your channel and hope to learn a few tunes!
    That's awesome, thanks
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Here's a little waltz I wrote a while back, it makes use of the Campanella technique
    Played on a reentrant tuned baritone.

    Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

    I watched the video to study your technique, then I found the link to your tab. What software did you use to create the tab?

    If I start out and play one note at a time I can get ‘near’ there.

    I am inspired.
    LACole
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacole View Post
    Beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.

    I watched the video to study your technique, then I found the link to your tab. What software did you use to create the tab?

    If I start out and play one note at a time I can get ‘near’ there.

    I am inspired.
    Many thanks I use Guitar Pro 6 I have also listed the suggested fingerings for the fretting hand in this tab, they are just below the staff Like most things, these techniques are a little tricky to start with but once you devote some time to learning the fingerings it will all fall into place
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    Many thanks I use Guitar Pro 6 I have also listed the suggested fingerings for the fretting hand in this tab, they are just below the staff Like most things, these techniques are a little tricky to start with but once you devote some time to learning the fingerings it will all fall into place
    I noticed the fingering, and I have guitar pro 6. I also have a new soprano to try it out.
    LACole
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    Eddy Finn EF-Moon Concert
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