Classical meets disco and funk in this arrangement which features a full band backing track.
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Featured in the motion picture, Twilight, this hauntingly beautiful melody is an excellent study for the intermediate to advanced fingerstyle player.
This beautiful piece allows you to showcase rubato, dynamics, and the two main picking techniques of the Classical ukulele – rest stroke and free stroke.
In this full band arrangement, you’ll learn a rhythm and lead part that complements the other instruments (vocal, u-bass, drums). The big takeaway in this lesson, is that you’ll learn how to not overplay in a band situation.
This arrangement is an advanced lesson that features many guitar techniques that defined Eddie’s playing. Hammer-ons, pull-offs, and legato licks are all incorporated in this arrangement.
This arrangement uses a swung feel and features 3 variations on the melody.
The traditional song for New Years, this arrangement of “Auld Lang Syne” was written for the fingerstyle player in mind.
A gorgeous take on one of Schubert’s most popular works.
I used ‘Poetic License’ on this arrangement and rewrote the melody to incorporate some ‘dreamy-esque’ chord changes.
A classic American patriotic tune that is ideal for practicing quick chord changes up and down the neck.
In this full band arrangement, you’ll learn a fingerstyle adaption that will strengthen your rhythmic playing ability.
This arrangement cycles through all the parts of the original recording including the drum breakdown.
This instrumental jam is one of the most iconic compositions tied to ukulele music! Our version pays tribute to this in an exciting way as we’ve arranged it as a high-energy duet!
This fingerstyle arrangement covers the entire song! Get ready, as you’re about to embark on an epic ukulele journey through one of rocks’ most beloved songs.
This arrangement of “Canon” cycles through the form 8 times, giving us 8 variations on the classic song. Think of it this way: The song is 5 chords, played over 4 bars. These 4 bars are repeated 8 times, but played differently each time, thus creating 8 ‘themes’.