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The easiest learning: Playing ukulele

by Collaborative Blog August 16 2020

Hello, I would love to have one because I have always wanted one, since I was little, of course my parents did not have to give me those luxuries, and right now that I also give income, most of my money is to be able to live, since due to the pandemic The situation is very complicated, since my mother and I are the only ones who work and it is not like our salary is much ...
Well, I feel that the ukulele is an easy instrument to play because its learning is easier than other instruments, of course, when maneuvering it is easy to grasp and manipulate ...
What I feel makes learning easy is that the sound is very pleasant, and when you like something you focus a lot on it.
I hope to win, really, they would make me very happy ✨
Thanks for your attention, have an amazing evening!


Alejandra Zamora


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