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Find Your Local Ukulele Group

The Ukulele Group Map

I’ve recently been working on a mapping tool to help people find their local ukulele group. It’s early days yet and you can see that it needs a lot more content adding but it’s a good starting point and I’m hoping that the readers of Ukulele Go will help me out a little…

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Ukulele Straps

There’s no denying that playing a ukulele whilst standing up can be pretty difficult. You have to be able to support the instrument and also leave both hands free enough to take care of their duties. For that reason quite a few players turn to using a strap to help them out. The beauty of a ukulele a strap is that it allows your to focus entirely on making music rather than worrying about supporting your ukulele.

I thought it would be worth looking at the different options that players have when it comes to ukulele straps…

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Eat My Uke

Eat My Uke

Youtube user EatMyUke has been playing his way through his top 50 albums of all time on ukulele. So far he’s done amazing versions of Definitely Maybe, OK Computer, Blurryface, Appetite for Destruction and a whole load more. I got in touch with Stan (Eat My Uke) and he very kindly agreed to let me post some of his tabs here for the readers of Ukulele Go…

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Blue Moon Ukulele Tab

Blue Moon – Solo Ukulele Tab

I recently got in touch with Mike from the Ukulele Underground forums AKA Fourbladeknife. I found Mike’s ukulele arrangements on YouTube and he very kindly allowed me to post one of them here for you. I’ve picked his rather fantastic arrangement of Blue Moon (a song that will always make me think of werewolves)…

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recommended ukuleles for beginners

Best Ukuleles for Beginners

Chances are that you’ve landed on this page as you’re thinking about buying a ukulele and you don’t know that much about them. Hopefully the advice on this page will help guide you and help you make an informed decision. Read on for some tips and some of the buys that I think represent the best ukuleles for beginners. Continue reading