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Jake Shimabukuro Gives Ukelele A Chance To Shine

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Once known as a kitschy toy, the ukulele is now a hit with even the hippest musicians. Young people all over the world now comb through YouTube on the hunt for instructional videos to learn to play the four-stringed instrument. And to ukulele fans, Jake Shimabukuro is the big kahuna.
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