Lesson Description

On this Week's Live Lesson, Aldrine covers strumming faster and more consistently, how to practice your thumb picking and how to arrange chord melodies. Also discussed is using an acrylic nail for picking, exercising your left hand for chords, Aldrine's signature strings from Aquila, and different Flamenco techniques. Sorry, the stream starts 2 minutes in.

Questions Asked this Week:
4:05 How do you strum really fast?

17:20 How do you strum all of the strings consistently when you strum fast?

19:05 How do yo improve thumb picking?

22:05 Do acrylic nails sound different for strumming?

28:05 How do you get your ring finger to move independently from your middle?

34:45 How do you add chord melodies to a song?

46:30 When will your strings be released in the UK?

50:20 Will your strings be in any other color besides green?

51:45 How do your stings compare to T2's?

53:10 Why do you prefer re-entrant tuning?

56:05 Are your strings only for re-entrant tuning?

58:05 Can you show some flamenco strumming techniques?

References/resources for this video:
Strumming and Switching Chords Course
Tools to Build Strumming Patterns Course
Practice Session
UUU 102 Week 6: Advanced Strumming Techniques and Patterns

UUU 102 Week 4: Picking with Thumb or Index
Soloing / Flatpicking Techniques Course

Uke Minutes - Mastering Difficult Chords
UUU 102 Week 1: Basic Exercises
Chris Salvador's Masterclass

UUU 102 Week 3: Ear Training
UUU 102 Week 9: Alternate Chords
UUU 103 Week 3: Advanced Warm Ups
UUU Music Theory
Solo Secrets Revealed

Hawaiian, Reggae and Flamenco Course
Uke Minutes - The Roll
Uke Minutes - Five Finger Roll
Uke Minutes - Rest Strum
Advanced Strumming Techniques Course
Uke Minutes - The Golpe
Uke Minutes - Rest Strum Golpe
Uke Minutes - Advanced Golpe with Craig Chee
Flamenco Riffs and Tracks

Technique Check
Live Lesson Questions in the UU+ Forum
Send Questions to Questions@ukuleleunderground.com
Let us know what time is most convenient to do live shows uumerch@gmail.com

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