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    Default cool uke lesson from Brad (from the big island)

    I recently had a cool uke lesson from Brad Bordessa
    coming up from the Big Island/Hilo side
    He also has a great uke site www.liveukulele.com
    with lots of tabs!
    If you're ever on the big island, he's definitely worth a stop by
    for an uke lesson
    aloha/pekelo

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    Wow, he has a lot of great tabs on the website. Thanks for sharing

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    Brad aka Hippie Guy has been a member of UU since it's early days. He and his family recently moved to Placerville and was in his teens when I first met him . . . just an FYI. Here's a vid of Brad and Dominator . . .


    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanaka916 View Post
    Brad aka Hippie Guy has been a member of UU since it's early days. He and his family recently moved to Placerville and was in his teens when I first met him . . . just an FYI. Here's a vid of Brad and Dominator . . .

    Yikes! Correction please. Brad's move back to the Mainland was a brief one. He's been back in Hawaii for at least a few years now. After graduating (with honors) from the Institute of Hawaiian Music on Maui, he's since been back on Big Island making and teaching music.
    Last edited by Moore Bettah Ukuleles; 10-12-2013 at 07:29 AM.
    Chuck Moore
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    You're correct Chuck, just worded it wrong and should have explained further. Yea, been in contact with him through all his accomplishments. Thanks Chuck!

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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