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Reddit | Hardcore Ukulele Community by /u/drunk_and_homeless - 1d ago
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I have been trying to find a cheat sheet for how to play crab rave and I am not having any luck, could someone help me out

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So for christmas I got a Dean ML acoustic-electric uke. It was working perfectly until one day it just stopped. The battery check light still lit up, but when I plugged the ukulele in I couldn't hear what I was playing. I could only hear the sound from when I plucked the string. There's something rattling in the bridge so maybe I got a broken pickup? I'm not sure what to do. Any advice?

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Hi folks,

So I've been practicing pretty hard on my Ukulele for the past three months and am considering buying a much better quality Ukulele. I'm comfortable with the basic chords now and while I know I have an amazing amount of room to grow, I also already know that I enjoy the instrument enough to want to stay with it for years to come.

To the point though. Does anybody here have this Ukulele that can speak on it at all? I'm not finding any real actual reviews on it and at a price of at least $350 dollars it's a investment for me.

http://lanikaiukuleles.com/product-category/ukuleles/series/quilted-maple/

I'm specifically going to be looking at the Tenor version, but I'm interested in any review of it or the Concert.

Thanks for any potential replies.

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Reddit | Hardcore Ukulele Community by /u/toomuchdog10 - 2d ago

When I first started playing I was having a hard time strumming normally so it was recommended to me to use a felt pick

I’ve been playing for 5 months now and I really really enjoy playing My quistion is is me using a pick STILL in anyway detrimental or will it hold me back as a ukulele player?

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