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|Date: 10/3/2021 2:30:45 AM
|In Marketplace check it out. Whoever designed this, it's new to me and a great idea; sort of...
I like to play on my custom uke so I probably wouldn't have one of these but ever since i started playing uke, I was 50 yrs old and had spent a large part of my time, 15 to 20 yrs old, playing guitar. Not great but a lot of time spent, I have had basic guitar chording grilled into my brain.
When I got stoked on ukes, I had to make the transposing... a guitar D is a uke G, etc etc...
Learning a lot of pop and jazz standards something like that would really come in handy.
How about you folks?
After 20 yrs with ukes I still get mixed up.
|Date: 10/5/2021 11:05:30 PM
|I think it's a very cool idea and I would have grabbed one when I started if they'd been around. But now that I'm getting older and the way my memory fades it might be a good idea again!
|Date: 1/8/2023 5:13:00 PM
| I bought a concert fluke a while back and am trying to learn the Ike. My main instrument are clarinet and sax. But would like to learn a multi string instrument. Know the basic chords but 74 year old fingers don�t move the same as young ones. I applaud your trying to learn another instrument. Good luck.
|Date: 1/23/2023 1:22:01 PM
|When I first saw this particular uke, 3 months ago, I didn't realize that Tyde makes high end ukes. I thought it was a cheap production factory uke! I don't remember the price.
That said I do realize I will NEVER get guitar chord form keys out of my head and thats after specifically focusing uke for 15 yrs already.