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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan D View Post
    That's exactly how my hair looks when I'm playing the ukulele. And anyone who doesn't play in Daisy Mae shorts does not know what they're missing.

    But seriously, it looks like a good book, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ziret View Post
    That's exactly how my hair looks when I'm playing the ukulele. And anyone who doesn't play in Daisy Mae shorts does not know what they're missing.

    But seriously, it looks like a good book, thanks.
    I tried wearing my hair like that, but it got to be a nuisance in crowds.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Fischer View Post
    Here you can find some Beginnerfriendly Fingerstyle Tabs but also some for advanced Players.
    Some are free and some are for a very nice price.
    All are great
    https://www.ukulele-arts.com/tabs-and-e-books/?lang=en


    Than there would be all the Chord melody Books from, Ukulele Mike, his family still sells them
    http://www.ukulelemikelynch.com/

    from those 2 resources i got my most used tabs
    Quote Originally Posted by Jerryc41 View Post
    If you want tablature, this isn't it, but you can find hundreds of songs.

    https://ozbcoz.com/Songs/index.php?instr=soprano

    EDIT: Okay, a better link -
    https://liveukulele.com/tabs/


    Cool riffs -
    https://takelessons.com/blog/cool-uk...riffs-tabs-z10

    Lots of sites claim to offer tabs, but all they show are chord charts.
    Thanks for posting these recommendations gentlemen, much appreciated
    Happy just to be a Newbie +, Penny

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    Here is another Resource for cool Fingerstyle/Fingerpicking Tabulature (wich i want to recomend):
    The Great Cynthia Lin (has not only Fingerstyle Tabs, also much more cool Stuff)
    But here is a Fingerstyle (only) Playlist https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxWL...53qxy7rDqmQOF2
    Tabs you get on her website (link below the videos) and you can decide yourself how much you want to give for it, if you are poor you even can get them for free but they are worth a lot of Dollars IŽd say
    Last edited by Andreas Fischer; 05-13-2019 at 11:07 AM. Reason: wrong typing - sorry i am a german ;-)

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    OH, yes, I am highly addicted to tablature!
    That's 90% of my learning.
    And yes, I think wearing my Daisy Dukes makes it sound better. At least the guys don't notice my mistakes as much....
    Last edited by Nickie; 05-13-2019 at 04:22 PM.
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    OH, yes, I am highly addicted to tablature!
    That's 90% of my learning.
    And yes, I think wearing my Daisy Dukes makes it sound better. At least the guys don't notice my mistakes as much....
    LOL. Especially when your hair is also blowing around like a wind sock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennerd View Post
    Hmm, that might be a good strategy. I tend to download way more than I learn to play too. Although I seem to download a lot of tabs that I find out I can't get the hang of or don't like the arrangement. I've slowed down a bit, having learned my lesson in the past with free Kindle books.
    I've often said that many of the free Kindle books were way overpriced. :-)

    I download way more tabs than I can tackle at any given time. But, I always figure that if I don't grab them now, they might be gone or I'll forget where they were later.
    And, as you said, sometimes it's a song you think you want to learn, but in the end don't like the arrangement or it just doesn't work for you.
    Better to have too many tabs than not enough.

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    Chief Noda's tabs are still available.


    http://www.chiefnoda.com/ukulele/index.html

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    Here is my favorite Tab Resource for Guitar AND Ukulele
    Helmut Bickel
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Txt...oLFFo-ecP5tgPo
    you have to write down the tabs yourself but they are great
    Videos are in German but you see the Tabs and you hear the Sound, no need to understand the rest
    Last edited by Andreas Fischer; 05-18-2019 at 04:25 AM. Reason: wrong typing - sorry i am just a german ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas Fischer View Post
    Here is my favorite Tab Resource for Guitar AND Ukulele
    Helmut Bickel
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Txt...oLFFo-ecP5tgPo
    you have to write down the tabs yourself but they are great
    Videos are in German but you see the Tabs and you hear the Sound, no need to understand the rest
    Sure is prolific with 265 youtube videos for 265 songs.

    Addition: Needs 100 more and can call it "The Daily Ukulele"
    Last edited by rainbow21; 05-18-2019 at 02:48 PM.

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