VU1-001

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Published at 528 × 396 in Brad Donaldson Build Part 1

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  1. Ingrid says:

    Just getting the hang of how to find the chords, how to strum rhythmically, how to learn English songs and to sing them too! English is not my mother language and most songs I learn in our little uke group are not familiar. As soon as I play one of my “native” songs I am more at ease as words and music are parts I don’t have to think of! But I am getting there! It is great to see how a uke is built, makes my fingers itch to get into some woodwork. Sadly, the hours of the day can’t be extended! Thank you for sharing photos and reviews, I enjoy your posts!

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