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Hal Leonard Learn to Play Ukulele, An Easy Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners (DVD)
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Learn to Play Ukulele, An Easy Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners from Rock House is a DVD designed to have people of all ages playing today. You'll st...Click To Read More About This Product
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Fun, easy, complete instruction from a master Ukelele instructor.
Learn to Play Ukulele, An Easy Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners from Rock House is a DVD designed to have people of all ages playing today. You'll start off right at the beginning by learning how to hold the ukulele and proper hand position. The easy-to-follow lessons cover the most commonly used chords, strumming patterns and fingerpicking. Learn fun and exciting techniques like the "fingernail rake" and "single note melodies." By the end of this program you'll be playing your ukulele along with the instructor like a pro. The DVD includes close-up views and multi-angle shots to make learning easy.
Each Rock House video Includes a lesson tab booklet, iPod-ready video, and free lifetime membership to Rock House's online lesson support. Enhance your learning experience to links with instructors, download backing tracks, access message boards, and much more. You'll connect with a community of musicians around the world learning to play music using The Rock House Method.
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Comments about Rock House Learn to Play Ukulele, An Easy Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners (DVD):
This video is made for the absolute begginer uke player. The DVD starts off with parts of the ukulele,how to hold it and the first two chords (c & g7 )used to play (he's got the whole world in his hands). More chords come later (and yes, they are frequently used chords). There's also a brief excercise on finger picking and a few more songs. I felt that some of the lessons were a bit rushed and there could have been more added to this video. Next, I checked out the website. Lots of infofor guitar,bass,drums,etc... but not a whole lot for ukulele.(sheet music,a backing track). All in all, a fairly decent product but I'm going to see what other sources are out there.