(1) While trying to incorporate such a wide range of influences could result in an utter mess, trying to incorporate these influences into, say, a three-minute pop song with a ukulele yields much more contained, interesting results.(2) It's just like the difference in tone between a ukulele and a guitar.(3) Featuring Simpson's virtuosity on guitar, banjo and ukulele , this collection of songs and tunes, mainly recorded in New Orleans, is a homage to the American South.(4) Armed only with a piano, ukulele and bass guitar, this down-to-earth and charming performer looks set to create an intimate and highly charged atmosphere on her solo tour.(5) They've grown up and want us to realise it; this album is more low key and features an impressive array of instruments including a ukulele , zithers, brass and strings.(6) This Web site replicates a complete manual for self-instruction on both the ukulele and its cousin the banjo ukulele , circa 1914.(7) But in his obscurity he's free to make sparse use of gentle wurring noises and allow intermittent glitches to engulf the beauty of his ukulele and string-laden folk songs.(8) A great friend of mine bought his granny a ukulele : a four-stringed guitar.(9) Sitake also plays guitar, ukulele , harmonica, and trumpet, and has recorded a compact disc mixing Tongan and western music.(10) One of the most well-known Polynesian musical instruments is the Hawaiian ukulele .(11) The homespun girl trio weaves melodies in and out on guitar, mandolin, harmonica, ukulele and banjo as vocals float across each note.(12) John also plays a mean harmonica, guitar, ukulele , tambourine, cymbals, as well as all the bells and whistles.(13) Designed to sound as though a real riot was going on while it was being recorded, this 1967 cover of the Elvis classic is so thrillingly unhinged, you won't even notice the ukulele and accordion.(14) The extraordinary dexterity he shows on the oud, the grandfather of the guitar/banjo / ukulele etc, recalls masters like Paco Pena and Jimi Hendrix.(15) Contemporary Hawaiian music is characterized by slack key guitar, ukulele , and themes particular to Hawaii such as Hawaiian sovereignty and native Hawaiian values.(16) In fact, Harrison's love for Hawaii, where he had a house for many years, shows through in the rhythmic ukulele strums that form many of the songs' foundations.