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Pages: 40

Language: English

Publisher: Music Sales Ltd; Pap/Com edition (30 Jan. 2008)

By: Steven Sproat(Author)

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(Music Sales America). The number one method for young ukulele players. All tunes have fantastic professionally recorded CD backing tracks. As you gradually become familiar with different techniques, you'll progress from strumming simple chords to performing complete tunes. The book includes full-color photographs and diagrams to make learning fast and fun. Written by Steven Sproat who is a ukulele player with considerable experience. He has broadcast on many radio stations including BBC Radio 2 and BBC Scotland. Steven has played at prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott's in London, the Cheltenham Festival and the New York Ukulele Festival and is also a teacher his most famous pupil being comedian Harry Hill!


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Customer reviews:

  • By Guest on 20 December 2012

    A great book but I feel it too advanced for a 6 year old. Lets see if he proves me wrong?

  • By J. A. Farrell on 20 June 2011

    Might be useful but like so many of these type of books it presumes a fair degree of knowledge and ability.

  • By Moonhare on 15 February 2016

    Pleased with this book. Arrived very quickly, packaging - well packaged and protected, arrived in good order. Book well laid out and will be easy for Grandson, (and Grandparents/Parents - to help) to use. Would use this company again - definitely. Very happy with everything. Thank you

  • By D G. Coates on 25 June 2011

    I have started learning the uke using this book. I have downloaded onto my ipod and use it from there. It is excellent and I have progressed a lot within a few days. I have no previous musical knowledge and I feel that the author progresses and a very fair rate. With the ipod, I can keep repeating each section until I feel I really have it and the progress to the next section.An excellent book and disc

  • By Mr. Shumit Rehman on 4 September 2013

    It starts with the basics and moves you up to rock n roll fairly quickly. My young cousin (aged 11) carries the book everywhere his uke goes so it must be a hit.

  • By R. Clements on 6 April 2013

    The book was ok, but I found that it lacked a degree of explanation on certain techniques. Overall not a bad book but it didn't click for me.

  • By Mrs Jackson on 22 April 2014

    I am new to playing the uke, never having played an instrument before but l was hoping for a few more familiar songs in this book.

  • By brian haswell on 8 February 2017

    It is OK, but I have seen better

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