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This week on Ukulele Webcam Sessions, Matt talks about all of the awesome ukulele accessories that he personally keeps in his ukulele case, uses on a regular basis, and finds useful in the process of playing, practicing, and performing on the ukulele. Check it out and let us know what you think!


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  1. In the 4 years since this was posted, you’ll find that there are now rechargeable tuners, so you never have to worry about carrying extra button batteries. Matt didn’t speak to tuners that use a chromatic scale versus those which look specifically for GCEA. A chromatic tuner may be helpful when bringing new strings up to tune after replacement. Lots of advice on this issue–just search. You can also buy tuners that have both features.

  2. Nice suggestions. I always carry extra batteries for my tuner and pick-up. Although I really don’t like using it, I have a capo too.

  3. πŸ™‚ I think I need to get a lot better before I even contemplate an amp… not sure my neighbours would appreciate it πŸ™‚

    I just realised Im up to date on all your tutorials and will have to wait a week for the next one. Now I just need lots of practice to perfect the new stuff Ive learned. Thankyou so much for sharing your wonderful talents with the world πŸ™‚

  4. I use a natural hair make up brush like the one I use to apply loose powder for dusting my ukes, cause I like to leave them out so I can pick them up and play anytime. The fretboard gets dusty quickly. The brush feelsl so soft and pleasant on the skin and my ukes tell me they love a little brush down. Now they have learned about lemon oil they are telling me they need a massage!

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