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by Recart Collaborator
July 26, 2019
It is very common that you want the sound of your ukulele to have an accompanying sound every time you play, and that you better do it yourself.
One of the many advantages of ukulele is that apart from being one of the best instruments it also becomes too versatile, so it is able to be accompanied by some other instruments that you yourself you can get to play at the same time as your ukulele !!
One of the best options is always the Egg shakers.
an egg shaker is a percussion instrument, which emits sound when shaken (Very similar to a maraca).
They can be played in several ways, the easiest way is to touch them together with the hand that makes the strum making them sound every time a movement is made.
Also one of the options can be a tambourine, and in this case a "standing tambourine", is a musical instrument tambourine-like, but of smaller size that can have or not rattles or bells; It is touched by hitting it with the hand or with a mace.
In this case, to be able to play both instruments at the same time, it's just a matter of going marking the different rhythms and times in the song with the movement of the foot and thus achieve a good melody.
This is one of the best sounds and one of the easiest to play.
Finally, kazoo is one of the easiest and funniest instruments to play,
The Kazoo is a very particular instrument that is used to distort voice timbre, is a kind of whistle that when touched produces a very peculiar sound that gives a good company to the sound of the ukulele.
Playing more than one instrument at a time is always a challenge despite the complexity that it can have, but once achieved it can be one of the best achievements that can be overcome, because we can always give a better presentation and try to give A better sound to the public.
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