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  1. #11
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    Thanks, Uncle Rod’s Ukulele Boot Camp looks just the thing I’ve been wanting.
    Kevin
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    I also found the free UU vidoes to be invaluable...so much so that I now have the monthly membership to access everything. The videos are awesome, and the live lessons with Aldrinne (which admittedly I've only used a few times) make it worth the $. I went from trying to self learn for nearly a year and not accomplishing much to the point where I can now confidently play some of the (simpler) intermediate tunes, in just a few months.
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    One day I will be worthy!
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    Like you I enjoyed Will Grove Whites books. Fun and easy to understand. I also like ukulele for dummies. Youtube has also been a treasure trove.

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    If you go to uke jams(like I do), I'd suggest The Daily Ukulele(they publish a leap year edition as well).
    -Makala Dolphin Soprano-AKA "Ludo"
    Kala-15S(Soprano)-AKA "Treble"
    Started playing in June 2018
    Please call me Dixie
    I play left handed.

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    When I purchased my first ukulele, within a month I also bought Hal Leonard's Chord Finder and Scale Finder. Those, along with my Chord Wheel for transposing and theory, have been my main supports.

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