About the Ukulele

You and The Ukulele

You are the one that wants to play Ukulele – good on you!! Ukulele can be easy, fun and entertaining. According to the Guinness Book Of Records, the Ukulele is the easiest instrument to play. It does not mean you can just pick it up a Ukulele and play it, but it does mean you can learn quickly or easily. The beat idea is to learn a little at a time. Practice it at a speed you are comfortable with, then move on. Because it’s the easiest instrument in the world to play you can improve and move up to a level of serious competence very quickly. You can then enjoy the Ukulele for the rest of your life!

The Ukulele is known affectionately as the people’s instrument and it’s making a comeback. The ukulele is no longer just associated with Hawaiian shirts or the sixties and Tiny Tim. More and more people of all ages are taking up the four-stringed instrument. There are players like Jack Johnson, bands like ‘The Waifs’ and even our number one hit ‘Train’ with ‘Hey, Soul Sister’ they all feature the ukulele so they’ve brought it very much into the mainstream. It’s about music, only because music makes you feel good but so much more of it is just about having a crack at something that you wouldn’t necessarily think you were any good at.
It’s not complicated.
It’s fun and compact .
It makes you smile
It’s not pretentious
Meet up and join with other local Ukulele players to exchange tunes and have quirky jam sessions and a good laugh. Put a smile on your face and join our club today. We are new, and we welcome you to have your say in how regularly we meet, designs, songs and web sites.

We also have discount cards you can use at macron music to purchase your tuners, strings, or more ukulele’s!
For all inquiries please email us at centralcoastukuleleclub@gmail or call Liz on 0412837008. Our web site is up and running and we’ll post meetings and information regularly. Find us on facebook centralcoast ukuleleclub. Stand by Lovers of Ukulele!

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