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    Default Cool video with uke

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    That was a fun one. Thanks for sharing (:

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    Great tune-thanks for passing this on!
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    Enjoyed it! Thanks for the heads up on this one...

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    Hey, Tony!

    Thanks for the link! WOTE just keep getting better and better.

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    This is also cool. This guy reminds me greatly of a good friend of mine I used to jam with years ago. He could play anything he laid his hands on. He never read a note of music in his life, but put an instrument in his hands, and he just played it flawlessly in a minute or less. We would jam together, and he would play several guitars tuned differently, drums, and wind instruments at the same time like this. The guy was an amazing musician. Unfortunatly, my friend passed away several years ago, but this video reminded me so much of him. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksecJ...E3847F&index=3
    Mahalo Ke Akua
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    Ohana SK-35 a.k.a. "IZ"
    Ohana SK-21 a.k.a. "Ku'u poki'i <Kapookie>"
    Lanikai LU-21 a.k.a. "Cinderella"
    Epiphone Les Paul Concert Uke "Lil' Lester"
    Harmony Banjo Uke a.k.a. "Bango"
    Gibson Les Paul a.k.a. "Hobo Ted"
    Epiphone Les Paul Studio a.k.a. "Barnabas"
    Epiphone Les Paul a.k.a. "Blaze"
    Gretsch Tenor Banjo a.k.a. "Jed"
    Supertone 406, 5 string Banjo a.k.a. "GrandPa Jones"
    Fernendes Telecaster "Suemeh"

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    Huge fan of WOTE!! Thanks for putting this out there for all to enjoy! Gianni and Sarah do a great version of The Fairytale of New York with a uke and a git!! I don't yet know how to put a link in here, but it is on their youtube channel -walkofftheearth-posted about a year ago???

    This band loves the uke. Heard they have been known to throw one or two out into the audience during their shows. Guess that's one way to spread the Aloha . I hope to see them live if they make it this far south!!
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    Aloha Bruddah Tony,
    Great to hear from you, hope you are getting better....thank you for the cool video....happy strummings bruddah
    Making music is a gift in itself, and when you can share it ....it is your gift to others

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    Wow! WOTE have stepped it up with their productions. I've always been amazed by how much they got out of so little. This is the first one I saw, using only one guitar, http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d9NF2edxy-M&feature=relmfu . Extremely talented people.

    Edit... As mds725 thankfully pointed out, this is the mobile link (from my iPad). The song you can search on from your PC is "Somebody That I Used to Know - Walk off the Earth" (Gotye - Cover)
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    Quote Originally Posted by wconley View Post
    Wow! WOTE have stepped it up with their productions. I've always been amazed by how much they got out of so little. This is the first one I saw, using only one guitar, http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d9NF2edxy-M&feature=relmfu . Extremely talented people.
    This is a mobile YouTube webpage (note the "m." before "youtube" in the URL), and it doesn't work on desktop computers. If you can post the name of the song, I'd be happy to find and post the desktop URL. Thanks!

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