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Level 1 is a perfect course for the absolute beginner to the intermediate ukulele player.
Level 2 is a perfect course for the intermediate ukulele player that has gone through Level 1.
1st of it's kind complete Guitarlele Course for ukulele and guitar players. Finally a way to master this great instrument.
You do not have to have any prior knowledge or ability of music reading to succeed in this course.
Learn progressions by bands like Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Led Zeppelin, Green Day, U2, Tom Petty, and more.
This course will improve your technique, knowledge, and enjoyment of the Baritone ukulele.
The Ukulele Blues Mastery is going to transform the way you play and understand music.
Follow step-by-step method
Grow your confidence and technique
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Uke Like The Pros was created and founded by Terry Carter, a San Diego based ukuleleist, guitarist, and songwriter.
Terry has worked with some of finest musicians in the world including, Weezer, Josh Groban, 2-time Grammy winning composer Christopher Tin (Calling All Dawns), Robby Krieger (The Doors), and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. As a composer Terry has written tracks for Scorpion (CBS), Puma, MTV (Trippin’, Wildboyz, and The Real World) and Animal Planet.More about Terry
I am 70 years old and for some reason I decided two years ago to learn how to play the Ukulele. I made all the normal choices and practically lived on youtube trying every idea I could find and getting no where because I ended up confusing myself. And then, somehow or another I ran into TERRY CARTER. I don't know how I found you, but since I did I haven't stop smiling. You have taught me more about music, rhythm and technique then I could have ever learned by my self. You have become one of my favorite people in the whole world. Your patience and just your overall style of communicating with beginners like myself make me really happy I decided to learn to play. -Steve Potter
I picked up a ukulele a couple of months back in a local store. It was only £23 and I must say it was the best purchase I have ever made. Stumbling on this new pastime has had such a positive impact on my life. I now have something fun and constructive to do on the days where I physically am unable to do much at all. Gone are the feelings of frustration and despair at the limitations my body has put on me. These have now been replaced with joy and a real sense of achievement when I've learnt a new chord or got one of your strum patterns 'down'.
It is always good to learn something new and to keep the old brain cells active. I can honestly say that this is more than a pastime, it's my therapy. I am confident that many other people in a similar position to myself would find it beneficial.
I do apologize for rambling on a bit. I just wanted to share with you the positive influence that my ukulele and your 'Uke Like the Pros' website has had on me.
Thank you Terry and all the best. Jeanette Brooke
Sir, Terry I just wanted to thank you ever so much for everything you post on Facebook and on Uke like the pros. I am 56 and have always wanted to play music but could never seem to get " IT ". You make it attainable, your teachings are like no other on the web. I have been at playing for two months now and ain't never going to stop thanks to all your incite. You are my Guru, meaning a spiritual teacher, especially one who imparts initiation. In closing, all I can say is Uke On! Keith Young