Hi, my name is Dave and I like to play the ukulele. I’ve been playing guitar off and on for years now and I bought a ukulele (read my thoughts on my Peavey Jack Daniel’s ukulele here) around a year ago now. I started blogging about some of the things I’d learned and techniques that I’d picked on the ukulele but it started to take over my personal blog. That’s why I created this website.
I should point out that I’m by no means an expert, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t help you. Anything I learn or that I think might be useful to you, I’ll post it here. I really like figuring alternative songs out on the uke (basically anything that hasn’t been done to death) and recording tutorials/lessons (have a look at some lessons I’ve already made here) so I will try and do that as much as possible.
If you have any requests or a product that you’d like me to review, or maybe just want to say hello then go for it!
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If you like this site and have found it useful you can support it simply by buying one of the ebooks listed over on my ukulele ebooks page. I’ve hand picked the books that appear on the page and the sales of these books help to keep this site running.
Currently I have 6 ukuleles – an Octopus Soprano, Peavey Jack Daniels Concert, iUke Sopranino, Bruko No 5, Outdoor Ukulele Tenor and an Ohana SK-25. You can click on the names to read the individual reviews and see what I think in more detail. None are particularly expensive and they’re all pretty playable. I like them all for their own reasons – at the moment I’m playing the Ohana quite a lot (you’ll probably notice from my videos).
It’s pretty easy to get carried away with ukuleles, you find yourself buying more than you need. Whilst I’m pretty content at the moment I have got my eye on a Risa Stick or a Bugsgear Eleuke (cheaper, maybe not as good) at some point as I’d like to start recording a few bits straight into my mac.