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    Default What a wonderful world - instrumental LFdM



    With all the problems in the world today, just thought I play something positive and hope to make you feeling better. Stay warm and stay safe.

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    As I said on YouTube, it's a great old song young Brenda. I think I had a go at it somewhere on MY humble YouTube channel using my guitar, (I'll have to revisit it to see) but you've just done it FAR better than I ever did!! Well done my friend. You are without doubt becoming one of 'the faces' on UU. Thanks for continuing to share your talent.
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    Double perfection, Brenda. Both your impeccable playing and that lovely LFdM ukulele. Thank you!
    Larry

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    Sounds great. Love your playing and that song. What make/model is the instrument? Was it made to order with a longer neck? I often wonder if a longer neck on my baritone would sound more like guitar. Yes, play it again.

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    Lovely playing there Brenda.
    John

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    Wow, great arrangement too. I like that bluesy turnaround at the end.
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    Wonderful Brenda! I really enjoyed the way you played that.

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    Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave me your comments.
    Really appreciate it.
    Johnnysmash: this is a custom built tenor size instrument! Not a long neck. I can’t answer your question about a long neck baritone because I have never seen one.
    If you are looking for guitar sound , I suggest spruce top with rosewood body should achieve that on a baritone.

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    That was wonderful <3
    ~ "Music washes away the dust of everyday life" ~



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    Great playing and sound Brenda.

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