Archive for the ‘ukulele’ Category

I was practicing on my ukulele yesterday. Half an hour and I still can’t feel my fingertips. I was grateful that I am not left handed otherwise it would be kinda difficult to hold the pencil. But the post isn’t about my poor fingers. I was thinking why I am often getting discouraged while practicing? Doesn’t matter either it is a piano practice or ukulele… Why am I so uncertain in my skills? Where it comes from I wonder… Anyway, yesterday I did learn from a very old book called “A practical Method for Self Instruction on the ukulele and banjo ukulele”. This book was published in 1914. I realized one more time that I don’t like the chords! I am a melody kinda girl 🙂
Hmm… will I feel my fingertips tomorrow? 🙂


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