Uke 'n' Play Easy Ukulele
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This Easy songbook edition of the bestselling Uke'n Play Ukulele series will get beginners of any age strumming easy chords and playing popular songs in no time. Written by professional player and educator Mike Jackson, the book features his instant play method together with downloadable play-along audio. Don't forget to scroll down to watch Mike in action as he teaches our enthusiastic student.
The book begins with how to tune up, before detailing Jackson's innovative instant play method that helps you easily remember where to put your fingers for different chords. Once you've mastered this, Uke'n Play Easy Ukulele teaches you the 6 chords you will need to play all the 25 songs included in this book.
The songs get progressively more challenging and each feature chord diagrams, lyrics and chord symbols, helping you to learn to play the Ukulele by practising strumming the chords while also playing 25 famous tunes. Songs include I Walk The Line, Banks Of The Ohio, Achy Breaky Heart, and many more.
The accompanying audio downloads will let you tune up, hear the songs how they should sound, then let you play along with a full backing band. Some songs feature Mike's handy hints so learning the Uke goes as smoothly as possible.
If you've struggled to learn to play the Ukulele because you can't remember the chords, or you want to learn some great songs with a minimum of chords, such as Goodnight Irene and Streets Of Laredo, Uke'n Play Easy Ukulele is a beginner's instant play method that truly does work.
Mike Jackson is a professional Ukulele player and multi-instrumentalist who has sold over 250,000 albums and performed extensively across Australia and the rest of the world.
Achy Breaky Heart
Banks Of The Ohio
Bye, Bye, Love
Cigarettes And Whiskey And Wild, Wild Women
Home On The Range
I Walk The Line
More Pretty Girls Than One
Old Dan Tucker
Pay Me My Money Down
Streets Of Laredo
Things Are Coming My Way
Will The Circle Be Unbroken
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere