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For The Musos Among Us


I've recently ''dug up'' a few more websites that give free lyrics & chords.

Long gone are the days of buying expensive songbooks.

Here are links to two excellent ones, both great resources for guitar or ukulele players.

https://sites.google.com/site/guitarmusicchordsandlyrics/

http://bettyloumusic.com/

Happy strumming!

 

 



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Thanks Keith, appreciate the links, here's a site I use quite a bit.smile

http://scorpexuke.com/songs/

 



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Thanks Keith, appreciate the links, here's a site I use quite a bit.smile

http://scorpexuke.com/songs/

 


Yep, that's a good one too Santa. I've printed off every song on it that I like over the past few years! Cheers!

Back in the mid sixties when I first started to play the guitar, sheet music cost $2.95 per song! laughing.gif



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Wish I'd started ukulele way back then, only got into it a couple of years back after a health incident, pretty slow going at my age, but I'm enjoying it.

Mike Lynch (no longer with us) has produced some good stuff as well in chord melody and tabs, a lot of it available on YouTube, your probably way past this level, however, others may be interested.smile

https://www.youtube.com/user/MusicTeacher2010



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Everyone has to start somewhere. Eighteen months ago I bought a mandolin.

It's tuned the same as a violin & the chords are completely different to any instrument that I've played before.

Learning to play it is a real challenge, keeps the old brain ticking over!

THESE things are SO easy to play, even easier than a ukulele, they sound amazing though.

www.keyboardcorner.com.au/seagull-m4-merlin-mahogany-dulcimer/

First saw one at the Kuranda market on a recent QLD trip.

Looking forward to my birthday!

www.youtube.com/watch

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Interesting you mention the Dulcimer, my wife bought one at a Bluegrass festival in Ashville North Carolina about 18 months ago, thoroughly enjoying it, in fact bought a second on a recent visit to the US, making good progress, probably better than me.

I've got a small collection of uke's now, 5 in all, seems collecting stringed instruments can become a bit of an addiction.biggrin



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I've got a small collection of uke's now, 5 in all, seems collecting stringed instruments can become a bit of an addiction.biggrin


 It can be for some people. smile

Here's another good ukulele website.

https://www.ukulele-tabs.com/

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This is my most favourite site in the whole world .smilesmile

 

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com



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This is my most favourite site in the whole world .smilesmile

 

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com


 Yep, that's a great one too BM.

On all of these sites I right click & take a ''screen shot'', save it to downloads library & then print it off.

I have a folder with around 150 songs in it.



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