I understand your feelings towards the hunting of an animal completely. Just like your music is a passion and a way to express yourself, spending time in the outdoors is mine. It is a life that I was raised in and learned from my father and he from his. If I use the skills that I have learned correctly; just as you do when you make a guitar sing so to speak, I in turn am able to harvest an animal. In the end we both find a sense of satisfaction from something we have a deep love for.
On another note as I have said before you are one hot looking cat
OMG - I just listened to while my uke gently weeps. i'm hooked. the sound is so interesting. kinda like a banjo - not that it sounds like a banjo but it has the same kind of jangle to it. i'm a fingerstyle acoustic player, by and large, and i'm finding right hand finger patterns with arpeggios sound really cool!
oh is it a tenor? look at the grain! how much was that? ukulele underground is a great site. you can get chords, and see techniques. look on utube lots of rock songs. uke has become very popular again. I have a couple original tunes, that me and one of my band mates is working on. I just started this past summer. its so nice to hold, and just so easy to always have something to play. yours looks like my kala only mine is mahogany and yours is bookmatched koa.
did you see the post from that dave guy? I think his post is titled am I wrong? it seems like he could use some encouragement from a guy who gets out. I see from your picture that you are into sports and obviously music. he thinks were all mean. could you maybe befriend him? I think he has a distrust of women, and maybe you could really help him out of his funk. I actually live near him, and would like to invite him to band practice, but well there's that woman thing. I don't think hes ready to get on the train yet either. anyway, just a thought. meanwhile back at the ranch, do you know any chords yet?
hey you. yes, i picked one up just the other day. it's not a great one, but i'm just getting my feet wet. what kind of tunes do you play with it? i've got the hawaiian stuff going already. i think it will make a nice complement in folk music - something other than a mandolin i the upper registers. here's a couple pics of it. it's sporting a solid Koa top with laminated sides (eww). sounds OK for my simple needs and is tons of fun to noodle on.