[Dixielandjazz] Dixielandjazz] Ukulele in dixieland

Bruce Stangeland stangeland at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 8 01:02:14 EDT 2018


I have a soprano ukulele that I restrung to C-G-E-A, the same notes as 
on my tenor banjo. I bought two wound strings, C and G from Aquila Strings.

I am now playing that uke with a ukulele group in our church, and can 
play melody lines and several chord inversions for each chord. So far my 
alternative tuning has been tolerated. This gives the uke a more open sound.



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Date: Sat, 6 Oct 2018 12:29:26 -0400
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Just wondering is there a good solid method that works in learning
Dixieland technique on ukulele


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