“To Amuse and Inform”
Do you, brave ukester, stop mid-song just because your thumb gets stuck in your soundhole?
This is was an invaluable lesson for a wide-eyed youth in tawdry Tinsel Town.
If you struggle at all with strum patterns, downs, ups, etc., go ahead and get on the announcement list for the free course. You’ll be first to know when the free training is available.
I want you to get better at playing and join my zombie army of ukulele players, transforming the earth into a mad mob of uke slingers.
While transferring the contents from the little pocket of my ukulele bag, I realized that television’s MacGyver would get by very well indeed with all stuff I found.
When you’re looking for ukulele help, you’ve got to find a source that’s a good match for you, someone whose presentation you enjoy while still giving you the info that you need.
It occurred to me—almost all of this wisdom from “How to Win Friends” can applied to directly to ukulele playing and interacting with other players.
These emails are here to cajole, finagle, elbow, encourage, and above all, REMIND you that, yes, it’s another day, and that’s another opportunity to think about the little instrument you love, and get it out, and PLAY IT.