How do you pronounce it?
Do you think you’ve ever been in trouble on your first ukulele performance?
Did you have to leave the ukulele on for much of the performance if anything?
Did you feel an instant connection with the ukulele?
Did you experience a huge, instant, blissful, “uh-kule-ee” moment in your life?
If so, how did the ukulele fit into your life afterwards?
How do you deal with bad ukulele performances?
How do you feel about playing a variety of ukulele styles?
How do you feel about learning a new ukulele style?
The answer is that ukulele learning and playing is so fun, the answers range from “very satisfying” to “very not satisfying.” Many people find themselves playing a ukulele as part of a band, a solo ukulele, or even on their own. Some people feel like it’s a very satisfying experience. Others don’t even feel good after playing an ukulele. Some people are very satisfied with how their first ukulele comes out. Others feel they were having a really great experience but would never recommend it to someone who only needs to play to improve. Others seem to have absolutely no issues playing the ukulele. Still others seem totally perplexed about it. If ukulele can be an experience that is satisfying, it will be a difficult one to resist. What we want is for everyone, regardless of background level, to have an enjoyable experience playing the ukulele.
I’d like to end with some personal experience. About ten years ago I was very interested in learning how to play the ukulele, but I was not ready to commit to a long period of practice. I was, however, interested in learning what the ukulele would be like to play as a first ukulele. I started learning through YouTube, and it seems that my love of learning came from the fact that I was always so fascinated by these instruments, and just felt like I understood the most about them. As I’ve continued to play in different bands, the ukulele has come to be a part of my life and I’ve slowly incorporated it into my own playing. The ukulele has grown and evolved since my early days. It is more