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19.16 Uke Talk & Playing Tips w/ Neal Chin + Tobias, Kalei, & Corey



https://theukulelesite.com – Example w sheet music to the piece Corey started to teach (and more) here- http://www.theukulelereview.com/sheet-music-2/
Kind of a long one but I’ll put timestamps below for you to jump around if you want.
2:16 – Interview w Neal Chin (& checking out his new Black Label KoAloha)
26:28 – Fingerstyle w Neal Chin
39:17 – Campanella lesson w Tobias Elof + alternate chord shapes
49:45 Working with tone w Kalei Gamiao +arranging chord melodies
1:15:30 Exercises w Corey (sheet music download here- http://www.theukulelereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/transcribed_corey_bach_presto-ilovepdf-compressed.pdf ) Video demo of this song at the link above with other sheet music.
1:48:39 4 different styles of Mary had a little lamb
1:51:05 Corey plays Hisaishi songs on Redwood/Ebony DL Noble Custom tenor.
1:56:15 one by Kimura we have written out here- http://www.theukulelereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/transcribed_corey_always_low_g.pdf
1:59:20 Jam out.

Love the uke shirts worn by the guys in the vid? Get you own! https://www.theukulelesite.com/accessories/more/other.html
Psst 40% off with code summer19 😉

Aloha, see you next time.

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Rich Bennon Smith
Rich Bennon Smith
1 year ago

Can’t tell you guys how much I appreciate these. Love all the personalities and info and awesome playing, thanks

G Graham
G Graham
1 year ago

At 53 and taking up a stringed musical instrument (with some enthusiasm now), this helped this old man no end.
Had my ukulele now for almost 4 years hardy played it.
Watched this and not only can I now play cords and have some idea of what this magical little instrument can do…… the penny dropped also.

What the exercises get you. Out of the box thinking…. Simply brilliant.

Thank you.

ivan terrible
ivan terrible
1 year ago

You should go back to the editing bay & cut this down to 8 fifteen minute videos. It'll get more views, help more people and as a bonus, generate more ad revenue for you. There is a ton of good info here, but not everyone has 2 hrs to spend. Otherwise, great job.

doodica
doodica
1 year ago

👏👏 Excellent! Loved the different styles of Mary Had A Little Lamb. So much talent (and hard work) represented! I look forward to each episode – and they just keep getting better. Just love you guys! Thank you for sharing with us!

Hathus Totila
Hathus Totila
1 year ago

This has been my favorite one yet. There are all kinds of resources out there for new players but I have a hard time finding things that challenge me without feeling totally overwhelmed and this fit the bill perfectly.

Edu Fernández
Edu Fernández
1 year ago

The… u.. ku… leleeee…. reviewwwww❤

Claude G.
Claude G.
1 year ago

You guys provide so much information for us nubies. It's absolutely INVALUABLE! Please don't stop doing these sessions, ever! Thanks!

snickyoda
snickyoda
1 year ago

Thank you very much for being honest. Even though you use the same song bit to demo ukes, you are adjusting how you play the strings to compensate for weaknesses in the uke. I appreciate the skill. It does not help me compare the ukes or learn about those weaknesses. What should I do?

juddee maxwell
juddee maxwell
1 year ago

Mary Had a Little Lamb, has never sounded so lovely!

juddee maxwell
juddee maxwell
1 year ago

What a fun class! Great information! New ideas! Make as many mistakes as you can; playing F on just the E string; playing slow and clean; ways to learn Campanella style; and weight loss tips from Corey 😊. (By the way, you look great, Corey.) The descending and ascending arpeggios would be great exercise. Great pinky practice. Practice, practice, practice. Need to find the sheet music. 😊❤️😊💜😊💚😊💙

Joseph Del Barrio
Joseph Del Barrio
1 year ago

Love when it starts with a jam session….

Paul McCarthy
Paul McCarthy
1 year ago

What's the name of the Norwegian folk tune Tobais was playing?

Paula P
Paula P
1 year ago

Love your guys videos and instrument sound samples.Can I confess to chilling out on the sound samples after a stressful day of work.

Paula P
Paula P
1 year ago

Having access to his music online is fantastic! It can propel a beginner forward where they would just stagnate with strumming chords. I don't think it kills creativity at all. At some point the beginner has all the skills to find their own way and work out their own improvisations. So sorry Tobias I don't think I agree with you on that point.

Norwegian Uke
Norwegian Uke
1 year ago

This podcast is so good guys.
Thank you all so much for sharing your "secrets"!
Super helpful, mahalo 😊

botecfud
botecfud
1 year ago

Great episode as always! Thanks for the discount code for the shirts, 2 shirts but then shipping was $14 back to the main land, guess I better plan a trip to pickup in person 🙂

J Kelley
J Kelley
1 year ago

All points given here were extremely helpful; especially Corey’s exercises. Thousands of hours go into being the superb players that you all are. Thanks for all you do! These videos are very enjoyable😘

Danny Jones
Danny Jones
1 year ago

amazing show, really enjoyed it. the teaching stuff is amazing at this level. cheers

ukulelechriswilson
ukulelechriswilson
1 year ago

Woooooow Super jam ! Well done .

Cindy Taylor
Cindy Taylor
1 year ago

Loved it thanks for all the tips !

GirlMeetsUke
GirlMeetsUke
1 year ago

I finally finished this video after watching parts throughout the day. That was awesome! I felt like I just sat in on a ukulele masters class. I know I’m going to be referring back to this. Thank you. ❤️

winc06
winc06
1 year ago

You guys are doing a grand thing. Best two hours for me in a long time. Thanks. I did buy a Kanilea from you a couple of years ago.

Audrey Layhoon Giam
Audrey Layhoon Giam
1 year ago

Rhythm is easier felt than taught😜
Tobias is inspiring me to learn more about campanella.
Thanks, always , for sharing your experience through your chats!

pixpusher
pixpusher
1 year ago

In other words… practice… every day… build muscle memory.

Alec Bayes
Alec Bayes
1 year ago

Really nice Black Label sound. What strings are on it ?

Jan Pekarek
Jan Pekarek
1 year ago

Thank you all! Great inspiration (even for those who don't prefer a fast learning shortcuts.. 😉).

Ryan Harper
Ryan Harper
1 year ago

This was awesome! Wish I had people like that to jam with.

Raymond Chew
Raymond Chew
1 year ago

Nice and fun jamming.

Adrian Maceda Fernandez
Adrian Maceda Fernandez
1 year ago

Tons of useful information and the time lapse guide is really convenient. Thank you!

S Mojar filim
S Mojar filim
1 year ago

my love gitar.

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