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For All Ukulele Players


There are plenty of ukulele songbook sites on the internet but this one that I found recently has to take the cake as the best. number1.gif

http://www.ozbcoz.com/Songs/

It's also a good resource for guitar players etc.

So easy to download a song then print of in PDF form. Enjoy!  smile.gif



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Very nice - Thank you very much.
Hope to catch on the road somewhere - need to jam for a while.
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Thanks DD, looks like an excellent site I'll certainly make use of it.

I've been using Richard G's Ukulele Songbook http://www.scorpexuke.com/ seems to be along similar lines.smile



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Thanks DD, looks like an excellent site I'll certainly make use of it.

I've been using Richard G's Ukulele Songbook http://www.scorpexuke.com/ seems to be along similar lines.smile


 Yep I've been using that site for quite a while Santa, really good.

The best thing about the site I posted is that you can change the chords to guitar & mandolin both of which I play. It has more songs & it also has a song type filter. eg. Christmas songs, Gospel songs, Rock 'n Roll etc.

Obviously your favorites would be the Christmas songs Santa, have a good one!happy.gif



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"The best thing about the site I posted is that you can change the chords to guitar & mandolin both of which I play."

Wish I could claim to be able to (play) the uke, I know a hand full of chords and mess around, it's enjoyable.smile

 



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Santa wrote:
Desert Dweller wrote:


 

"The best thing about the site I posted is that you can change the chords to guitar & mandolin both of which I play."

Wish I could claim to be able to (play) the uke, I know a hand full of chords and mess around, it's enjoyable.smile

 


 Practice makes perfect Santa. I've only recently started playing the mandolin. A good challenge for me as it's tuned like a violin & all the chords are different. Been playing the guitar & ukulele since the mid 60's.

Most country songs only use three chords in a given key (eg. G-C-D7), so they are pretty easy to learn on the ukulele.



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