Celynne Merritt

British Columbia – Prince George


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Started playing mid July 2012, I play kreyoabd so the uke is my first string instrument. What I have is basically a $25 toy. I installed Aquila strings and that made a big difference. Here's my observations.1. Once you pull out a uke, the expectations are already very low. No one will be thinking boy this guy will blow us away with his uke. so you can only impress them at this point.2. You pull out a guitar and people will be asking can you do Jimmy Page? You pull out a uke, can you do Tiny Tim?3. You always hear about guitar wizards , ukulele wizards? I think not.4. The portability of the uke let's you practice more. I test software for a living and I quietly pluck and strum during reboots and sleep/hibernate tests. I practice while sitting in traffic or sitting on the couch during commercial breaks.5. The uke forces you to recreate most songs into something new. You know how Randy Jackson would complement contestants when they turn something old into something new? Well, the uke forces you to think outside the box, because for the most part, you are already out of the box. Instead of sounding Karaoke-ish , you'll take that song and make it you own dawg! Simply because you don't have any choice with the uke, it will never sound like the original ever, and that's good.6. Lastly, ukes are just plain fun, forces creative people to be creative and no matter how bad the economy gets, you can always save up $25 for your very own acoustic-karaoke-machine. Oh btw, on the downside, groupies are hard to come by.

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