A ukulele forum might be just the thing you need to keep developing your abilities and knowledge of the instrument. Forums have been around for many years and, in fact, they are one of the first and most effective ways to socially network. One of the advantages of joining a forum is that it is typically very focused on one subject. They, of course, are focused on the instrument, its history, giving information about how to play it and so forth. Most of these forums keep old conversations available, which makes it very easy for players to get information that is basic without having to ask the same questions repeatedly.
Ukulele Underground is one of the best-known ukulele forums around. In addition to being able to connect with other players, participants on the forum are able to find information about how to get started as ukulele players themselves, where to buy ukuleles and general advice about the instrument. Some of the players on this particular forum are very advanced and even professional, full-time ukulele players. Combine this with the fact that there is plenty of sheet music and other resources on the site and it’s a great place for beginners to go to network and learn more about the music.
The Flea Market Music Bulletin Board is a very diverse uke forum that offers a lot of information for beginners and professionals alike. Many of the conversations on this forum go on for a while, which ends up creating a trove of useful information that beginners can look at to improve their own skills and just to get general information about the ukulele, it’s history and how it is developing as an instrument. This is a great forum to go to if you are interested in modifying an instrument, writing your own music or engaging in professional performances.
The Uke is another big name in uke forums. This particular forum has sound files of performances that players can use to educate themselves and, of course, to play along with to get better themselves. This is a membership driven forum, so you will have to join up if you want to post or reply to a post. There’s plenty of sheet music to be had and many other resources that players can take advantage of.
These are one of the many uke forums available on the Internet. The great thing about choosing between the various uke forums is that there’s really no need to restrict yourself to one. You could go out, join all three of them right now, and get all the benefits of each.
If you do join up, always remember to search the ukulele forums archives to see if a question that you have has already been answered. Remember to be polite and that it sometimes takes a while for somebody to get back to one of your questions, so don’t repost the same question repeatedly. Be patient and you’re likely to get great information on these forums.Return to Home Page
Apr 22, 17 08:15 AM
You can learn to play the ukulele by watching these ukulele video lessons.
Apr 22, 17 07:55 AM
This ukulele video lesson is a pop song called, "Chained to the Rhythm", by Katy Perry.
Apr 15, 17 09:54 PM
With this ukulele video lesson, I'll be teaching you how to play, “I Feel It Coming” by The Weeknd, featuring Daft Punk.