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Dave J.


Dallas, TX

Member since:

August 14, 2012


How long have you been playing the Ukulele?

I've been playing the Bass Ukulele for about two years. I've been playing the bass guitar for about 30 years.

Do you play a soprano, concert , tenor, or baritone Ukulele?


How many Ukulele's do you own?

One (1) ea.

Do you play another instruments and if so, what kind?

Bass guitar, percussion/drums, piano/keyboards & a little mandolin (very little).

How did you hear about the group? Friend, Searching on Meetup, or Searching the Internet?

Friend and accomplice.


Greetings one & all. I'm Dave Jutras. I look forward to meeting & playing with any one and everyone. Let's all make some music happen!

What Dave J. is saying about this Meetup Group

DUH provides a wonderful service for those who wish to learn the uke. Once the basics are learned there is no where for folks to go. For example, second and third position chords or moving beyond C F G structures. There are those who are ready and willing to be challenged, but there's no place to go. Mark & Kathy are extraordinary people to bring all this together. I have nothing but respect for them. I wish they would use their influence and knowledge to start and Advanced version of DUH for those that want to take the next steps. Jumping off my milk crate now. This was a great day! I had lot's of fun and met some new & interesting folks. I see DUH as a valuable asset to the community, not just for uke players. I've noticed many a "non-uker" stop and listen to what's going on & listen and enjoy. That, to me, is the point of playing. UKE-ON my friends!

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