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Hey UUers!

Hope everyone enjoyed yesterday's site switcharoo to kick off April! We didn't have the heart to completely take it down, so for those of you who missed it (or if you just love K-Mid as much as we do) you can still check out the UU April Fool's Day 2011 website HERE.

For this month's episode of Uke Lessons, we bring you "I Do" by Colbie Caillat. Special thanks to Monique (xticklesmilex) and Maylee for the amazing vocals! If you like what you hear be sure to check out their YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com/xticklesmilex).

And for more about Colbie Caillat or to pick up her music (the new album, All Of You, drops on May 3rd), swing on over to her site - www.colbiecaillat.com

Have fun with this one, practice the changes, play along with the official "I Do" Ukulele Play-Along, and if you have any questions, we're always here for you! Keep strummin'!

Aloha,
-UU Staff

Comments

  1. Hi i am new to the ukelele and would like to buy a solid wood one .within a mid range price up to $450. So far betewen string types ,sizes and woods i am overwhelmed with all thats available.There are three brands so far that i am interested in but have no experience to know what is a good brand ,tone etc for my money . The pono tenor solid mahogany satin finish , the Kala tenor solid acacia ,and most of all confusion the aNuenue lani or papa ? I did get to play a aNuenue long neck solid koa soprano which sounded nice but the shop had nothing to compare it to.could someone please give me some advice on soprano’s and tenor’s (although i do know the tenor is larger)but thats about all.thankyou for your time

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