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From simple chord progressions to rock solos your ultimate guide to becoming a ukulele hero!
If you′re among the tens of thousands of people who have fallen victim to the ukulele fever epidemic that′s sweeping the globe, this book is the cure. Clinically tested and expert–approved, Ukulele For Dummies is the quick, painless way to satisfy your insatiable desire to play the ukulele.
Get to know your uke get the lowdown on everything you need to know about buying, stringing, tuning and maintaining your ukulele
Start playing take advantage of clear, step–by–step instructions on holding, strumming and picking basics, illustrated withdetailed photos
Build your skills chord charts, strumming patterns and tons of instructions make it easier than ever to learn basic and advanced techniques for playing backup rhythms, solo melodies, improvisational riffs and chord/melody combinations like a pro
Aloha mahn special chapters cover how to play reggae and ′Jawaiian′, as well as rock and punk, blues, Hawaiian, classical and other popular musical styles
Listen and learn hone your uke–playing skills with the help of audio tracks of the examples found in the book
Open the book and find:
A complete buying guide for the novice
How to string, tune and repair your uke
Chord charts and strumming patterns
Crystal–clear photo illustrations
Basic and advanced playing techniques
How to play in a multitude of popular styles
Audio tracks of examples from the book
Audio CD includes
The musical examples from the book so you can play along
Exercises to help you build your skills
Play the ukulele right away no experience required
Master various chords and strumming patterns
Play rock, punk, blues, reggae and standards
Stretch your skills with the bonus CD
Good all round beginners book, various bits on different areas to develop your playingPublished 7 days ago by Chrissie21
Very good book.
Arrived some days before what I expected and seems very good for all the people that start with the ukulele. Read more
A tome to get ones teeth into, bides well for winter evenings., when I am excused gardening.Published 1 month ago by Ex R.A.F .S.N.C.O. Jim K.
All I expected. Unfortunately it does not improve my learning on the Ukulele, Given Time I might improve.Ken.Published 1 month ago by Kenneth Patterson