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Thanks Nick,Craig & Mitch for a great meeting.
0 · July 10, 2014
If you don't have a Uke of the Month yet, Craig, I can bring one for a little show-and-tell.
1 · July 8, 2014
Steve, that was a great uke! I like the history part of things and really liked seeing how excited you were about the instrument and its family connection. Thanks for sharing!
1 · July 10, 2014
I agree. We inherited a family mandolin that way. To date, no one plays it.
Thanks for letting us play a vintage gem and family heirloom.
Thank you,Mitch.We'll be able to count the right tempo,maybe.And I try to play the songs without looking at music."Memorize!"I'm really lucky to have taken your lesson for a year.
Thanks, Mitch -- now I know what I don't know: how to count in. You're a great help to our group. Best of luck in future.
Great meeting. I always enjoy the teaching parts of the meeting. We've been lucky to have Mitch this past year. I'm guessing we may have some other folks who could provide some techniques to the group. Whenever someone demonstrates something, new chords or strums, it's best when they come to the front of the room. Otherwise I only see the back of the uke. The thing I like best about the meet ups is everyone is friendly and willing to share their knowledge. See you in September.
Yes, Mitch has taught us a great deal over the last year and a half! At least we got to introduce him to what a real snowstorm is, and to lightening bugs!
Uke of the Month: Do you have one to share?Learning the Fretboard: Counting OffBrighton Ukulele Sundays Songbook: Pick your favorites"More, Files": Post songs you'd like to shareUpcoming Activities: Anyone interested in performing at events?Other: Let us know your thoughts for future Meetups
Arrive at 7:00: settle in and visit. Start at 7:15. End at 9:00. Share ideas and visit till 9:30.
See you there!
0 · July 8, 2014
Sounds good to me, Mitch.
0 · July 7, 2014
We're all going to have a chance to practice counting off songs so when the time comes for YOU to lead off a group of singers/strummers, you'll be able to step up and take charge so the group can all come in together at the right time.
1 · July 7, 2014
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