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    Thumbs up Left Hand Technique For ʻUkulele: A Guide to Fretting and Fingering - Ebook

    Today I'm releasing my newest ebook, Left Hand Technique For ʻUkulele. It's a 55+ page guide to improving your fretting hand technique.

    I don't normally toot my own horn, but I'm very proud about how these technique books have come out. They're very comprehensive and cover a huge amount of ground. I don't know of any other resource that explores technique even close to as thoroughly as these two tomes.



    Learn more/download: https://liveukulele.com/store/left-hand-technique/.

    For the opening week (until 2/21) I'm offering 10% off the list price. Use coupon code "LEFTHAND10" at checkout.
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    My guide to fretting and fingering (NEW): Left Hand Technique for 'Ukulele

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    Thank you for your website and materials. Do you also teach in person at music camps?

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    Yes, I usually do a couple workshops a year. George Kahumoku Jr.'s Slack Key and 'Ukulele Workshop is the big one.
    Brad Bordessa

    My guide to fretting and fingering (NEW): Left Hand Technique for 'Ukulele

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    We have a camp here called Kenosee Lake Kitchen Party and I may have suggested you. Last year they had Marcy and Cathy. Check it out and if it looks interesting contact Amy. I might even sign up for Uke with you as instructor.

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    This sounds interesting... Has anyone bought it yet?
    Any opinions?

    I'm also interested in the earlier right-hand Ebook, if anyone has any experience with that


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