biscuit wrote:It's kind of pricey ordering all the way from NZ (I just spent all my money on ukes )
Nice save pretending the parcel was for your neighbour So how will you explain it's appearance later on? Good luck with playing!
I'm taking some tabs with me to practice in the car on our way to the south of Norway today. My husband can hardly wait to spend 5 hours in a confined space with two ukes and a guitar It'll be like the phones4u ad, only slightly cooler ..and much, much longer
biscuit wrote:Kel: I couldn't tell you, I'm afraid. I've only tried the soprano...I think I know far too little about ukes, but now that I'm gaining skills in playing I won't be as scared to go into a shop and try different kinds.
I also think I'm developing a serious addiction to buying ukes... Am already looking at Flukes for when I get better
McKenzie was a no-show today as well, so me and daughter is sharing Hayley the Ukulele for a week. She is getting really good too! I'm so impressed
indigo_jones wrote:Kelly, it really is a personal choice. Try them out and go with what feels right.
biscuit, one of my favorite songs to play on the uke -- and an easy three-chord one -- is called Ukulele Me, by Stephen Merrit.
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