Here is my review of an Eddy Finn Basswood Ukulele. It’s a modestly priced ukulele that plays great!
I will be teaching two classes at the Utah Uke Fest in American Fork, Utah on June 15th, 2013.
The first class is Beginning Ukulele Building starting at 11:20 AM.
The second class is Advanced Ukulele Building starting at 2:15 PM.
That night, I’ll be playing two songs at the concert. I might even debut my newest electric ukulele. I won’t tell you what it looks like, but here is a hint: It’s double the fun.
This should be a really fun day!
This just in! Win my unique “Bamboo Floor Ukulele” in the Open Mic Contest.
Cost: $ or $$
Stick Dulcimers (also are known by the trademarked name “Strumstick”) are extremely easy and fun to play. Learn more about them here. I made this one for my brother.
I picked up the empty cigar box for a few dollars. The neck is poplar and the fretboard is oak.
I wanted to make this easy for a beginner to use, so I added numbered beads to the top of the fretboard. Having numbered frets makes it easier to use Strumstick or dulcimer tablature.
See it in action!