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charles Kaimikaua
  • 88, Male
  • Torrance, CA
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Been playing the ukulele and guitar over 65 years, also basses, keyboard and Piano

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Dis regard typo;s

As always pleas disregard my typos,
after I hit send, disscovered some errors,

Posted on March 2, 2009 at 19:33

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At 8:08 on September 9, 2009, Valéry Sauvage said…
Hi Charles, perhaps you should open a post on public space about "machete de Braga" as I'm not sure many people will read in my page to answer your question.
Val ;-)
(I just upload a video played on a nice copy of Espirito de Santo Uke...)
At 6:49 on September 9, 2009, Valéry Sauvage said…
Hello Charles,
I just took ukulele recently, and I love early hawaiian music (Ernest Ka'ai for example) Uke is a very nice and versatile instrument.
(Ukeval and Luthval on YT)
At 13:41 on March 2, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
The ukulele looks very similar to many Latin American instruments like the Venezuelan cuatro and the Brazilian cavaquinho. All of them are likely to be related to the Renaissance guitar (which I love).
However, different music has given rise to different techniques.
I own both a tenor ukulele (I know, not the real thing) and a regular one and enjoy playing them very much.
My tenor ukulele is a Martin and might be over 60 years old according to the previous owner.
Glad to have you around.
At 15:33 on February 28, 2009, Alexander Batov said…
Welcome Charles, glad you made up to here!
At 10:58 on February 28, 2009, Kernoa Patrig said…
Well, it's now time to start with music!
Best wishes, Patrig
At 2:12 on February 28, 2009, Juan Pablo Pira said…
Welcome to the land of the ukulele's granddaddies.

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