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Dee H.



Glendale, AZ

Member since:

September 24, 2010


do you own a ukelele?

Yes, now I have 5 ukuleles. I first picked up a Lanikai CKC concert ukulele in Hawaii as a useable souvenir and got hooked!! Then I got a soprano Cordoba ukulele for traveling on the airlines. A Epiphone Les Paul concert uke caught my eye. Then I needed a tenor ukulele and after visiting Acoustic Vibes in Tempe I brought home a 6 string Kanilea tenor which sounds fantastic! But then Laura got a Lanikai banjo ukulele that certainly sounded neat. I began visiting EBay regularly and found a Maybell Slingerland banjo ukulele from the 30s that was in perfect shape. She now has a new home with me! Then I bought an Art & Lutherie parlor guitar as souvenir from Flagstaff--now I have to learn all new chords plus find a place to put it!!!

do you currently play or want to learn?

I have been playing with the group since August last year (2010). I bought the Lanikai in Honolulu with full intention of having a souvenir that I could use!!! Now I am hooked:)


My string menagerie has grown : a Lanikai concert, Woody; Jessie, a Cordoba soprano; third, an Epiphone concert, Elvis ; fourth is a Kanilea KT-6 tenor, Lola-Then Maizie,a Maybell Slingerland banjolele and CA made parlor guitar, Jacques.

What Dee H. is saying about this Meetup Group

Thanks to all our folks! I think we had fun with more difficult songs. Remember if you can't play some of the chords just play the ones you can!

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