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Yeah, BTS are okay but TWICE are really awesome!
Hi there, I tried today to upload a photo to a lesson I am creating, and it didn't work. Any suggestions on how I could get this to happen? Cheers!
Guys, I don't know if this is just happening for me, but autoscroll is still a problem. it's not draggable, and some songs are literally unplayable, because autoscroll blocks half the tab, like here; http://www.ukulele-tabs.com/uke-songs/traditional-scottish/loch-lomond-uke-tab-31502.html
It would be great if this could get sorted. Thanks very much!
I used to be a one-man-band, playing the kazoo and the ukulele at the same time. However, that was at my early learning stage, so I would play things like Happy Birthday and Silent Night.
I used to live in New Zealand, right next to a nunnery. One of the nuns there, Sister Cabrini, played the ukulele and so she taught me. I loved it so much that my parents got me my Carlos uke for Christmas.
Best. Present. Ever.
I have (briefly) played a banjolele, and while the sound is INCREDIBLE, it is so heavy!
I hear of the ukitar and the guitalele; are they the same instrument? If not, how do they differ?
Jack Johnson, Queen, AC/DC, 2Cellos, Manic Street Preachers, The Smiths, Panic! At The Disco, The Sundays, Blondie, The Cure, etc.
Also: Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, Nazrul Geeti and Murat Gogebakan : )
Ooooh who's heard of the 2Cellos? If you haven't then go listen to them. They are these 2 guys from Croatia who do all these amazing covers of pop and rock songs.
I tried playing the cello once and it was SO HARD!!! I am so used to playing guitar and ukulele with frets, so to have this fretless instrument was so weird. How do you guys do it?
I do all of this stuff: mostly the bleeding cuticles and making people feel my fingertips. I also do this thing where I learn a song/riff then spend hours and hours trying to "perfect it" and "make it sound better" and then when I play "my version" it sounds nothing like the original song.
I also imagine everyone with Jake Shimabukuro's accent. I'm a bit of a weirdo.