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Maestro US10 Ukulele

Maestro US10 Ukulele

16 Responses to Win Awesome Ukuleles/ Accessories

  1. Tere Davies says:

    I love my Ukulele BUT I would love a fancy new concert Uke THAT I

  2. Matthew Grootenboer says:

    The Mag is great and after reading the review on the Maestro US10 I’ve got my fingers crossed.
    Cheers
    Matt

  3. Love to win this beatyful instrument

  4. Betsy Riddle says:

    Love the magazine! Also need a nice ukulele

  5. le gat says:

    i will be a great opportunity to give to one off my ukulélé’student this uke for Noël hello from france :)

  6. Melissa says:

    It’s a gorgeous instrument! You’re a generous donor!! Looking forward to your magazine!!!

  7. Ralph Cross says:

    Love this magazine ,beautiful layout a must read for any lover of the ukulele and the artist that play them. Great respect is given to the great luthiers that craft these wonderful instruments.

  8. Colin Maddocks says:

    A fabulously illustrated magazine. Really lovely to look at. Plus, of course, it’s a great read. keep up the good work!

    Grateful Fred

  9. Joe says:

    Love everything Ukulele.

  10. Tonya says:

    I’ve subscribed to this one. As a writer, I appreciate the quality. As a fellow sprinkler of ukulele happiness, I love the content!

  11. kevin adams says:

    I’ve been telling all my ukulele friends about you, please keep up the great work. I love the pictures . thanks

  12. Lynnea David says:

    Love the writing over here. Great work. Keep it up!.

  13. Roy Jenkins says:

    I have just spent the last weekend at a uke festival in Colwyn Bay, North Wales (August 1st-3rd) where I was absolutely blown away by the sounds that came from these electric ukelele’s. Acts that appeared were Dead man’s Uke, CBUG,Chonkinfeckle, Mersey Belles,Ormskirk Ukelele Group, the N’ukes and the fantastic Zahra Lowzley.
    The sounds that Zahra made come out of her uke and the speed that she played at was just amazing. On the one hand you had the Mersey Belles sounding like 40’s George Formby style and on the other Zahra sounding like flamenco guitar. In the middle was Chonkinfeckle with their humour and dialect songs of Wigan. BRILLIANT.

  14. Roy Jenkins says:

    I have just spent the last weekend at a uke festival in Colwyn Bay, North Wales (August 1st-3rd) where I was absolutely blown away by the sounds that came from these electric ukelele’s. Acts that appeared were Dead man’s Uke, CBUG,Chonkinfeckle, Mersey Belles,Ormskirk Ukelele Group, the N’ukes and the fantastic Zahra Lowzley.
    The sounds that Zahra made come out of her uke and the speed that she played at was just amazing. On the one hand you had the Mersey Belles sounding like 40’s George Formby style and on the other Zahra sounding like flamenco guitar. In the middle was Chonkinfeckle with their humour and dialect songs of Wigan. BRILLIANT.I need to learn the Ukelele.

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