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    Default You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman - fishing line.

    I recently heard this Carole King/Gerry Goffin song walking past a Jazz club in downtown Ann Arbor. I’ve known the tune since it’s debut in 1967 but that evening the chord progression and the Jazzy waltz feel really hit me and I thought “perfect uke tune.”

    I’m playing my 2006 Talsma tenor uke (low g), sinker-redwood top, Koa sides and back. The uke is strung with Seaguar Blue Label fluorocarbon fishing line (recipe below).

    Please listen through headphones for the true nautical effect.

    String recipe:
    4th - Low G. D’Addario classical guitar D string
    3rd - Seaguar 60 lb - .029
    2nd - Seaguar 50 lb - .026
    1st - Seaguar 40 lb - .022

    Gerald Ross
    Vintage Ukulele, Lap Steel Guitar, Guitar

    Northwest Ann Arbor Michigan's King of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar
    Gerald's Website
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    A UkeTone Recording Artist

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    Fabulous interpretation of a great old standard, Gerald. And that Talsma sure sounds sweet. Thanks for sharing it with us.
    Jan
    KoAloha KCM-00 (koa concert)
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    Thanks for watching Jan D!
    Gerald Ross
    Vintage Ukulele, Lap Steel Guitar, Guitar

    Northwest Ann Arbor Michigan's King of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar
    Gerald's Website
    Gerald's Wikipedia Page

    A UkeTone Recording Artist

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