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  • #16319
    andracass
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    I bought a Vorson electric uke. I love it! I equipped it with guitar strings with Low G, so I am ready for low G arrangements.

    #16327
    edward
    Participant

    Can I see what it looks like,Picture please

    #16330
    Andrew
    Keymaster

    Awesome! And I know… here we are almost over with March and I still haven’t gotten one. True story, I had planned to start low G lessons in October. Soon! I actually was trying some out at Uke Republic this week. And I’ve already got a few lessons planned for when I get one!

    #16346
    andracass
    Participant

    Here it is. Wonderful!!! 😀

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    #16359
    Andrew
    Keymaster

    When do we get to hear it?

    #16365
    andracass
    Participant

    I think it is better to search for YouTube video of other players 😄
    When you will publish a low G arrangement, I promise to play with it 😊

    #16367
    Andrew
    Keymaster

    Later this Spring. Just started shopping around, trying to figure out which model I want 🙂

    #16426
    edward
    Participant

    Cool,I like it. Rock on Andracass Hendrix Van Halen. Can’t wait to here you play.

    #28446
    jinajupiter
    Participant

    Do you play with fingers or with a pick?
    Andrew can you please show us how to play with a pick?

    #28447
    Andrew
    Keymaster

    @jinajupiter – Check out the beginner guitar lesson I made. It covers how to hold a pick 🙂 Same rules would apply for uke.

    #28450
    jinajupiter
    Participant

    That was fast, thanks Andrew. 🙂

    #28478
    jinajupiter
    Participant

    Just tried to play “Our First Song” this way. And also a pentatonic box up and down. So basically with repetition of notes all down strokes are the 1st 3rd 5th 7th etc 8th notes (or 16th) and the rest up strokes? And how is that if you play a scale in triplets? DUD DUD or DUD UDU or something else?

    #28479
    Andrew
    Keymaster

    Good rule of thumb is down on down beat, up on up beat. So yes to 8th note or 16th = DU

    And for triplet = DUD

    Of course things can change the pattern, for ex. string skipping or upward/downward movement could use economy picking.

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