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    Default The Black Keys - Lonely boys

    here is my new vid ! with tabs & lyrics

    Enjoy

    http://emmanuel.famillelopez.fr/blog...ulele-cover-2/

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    Great! Reminds me of garage sixities songs!

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    Awesome! Good cover of one of my favorite groups!

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    Nice job! Just that strum alone would be quite the learning project for me.
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    Great. What kind of uke is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntiebunty View Post
    unbelievable !! is that you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UkeKiddinMe View Post
    Great. What kind of uke is that?
    it's a MOTU ukulele, made by french luthier :
    http://ukulele-motu.com/Motu-Ukulele.html

    slim and great !

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    Nice! Cool uke too.

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    Well done. I've been thinking about trying to do uke arrangements of a couple of their tunes.

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