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Published on Jan 29, 2010
James Hill playing experimental ukulele at the premiere of the documentary The Mighty Uke in Toronto, January 28th, 2010. He uses a pair of chopsticks, a comb (which he ditches halfway through), a rubber thimble, and a bit of electrical tape on the body of the uke to get the sounds he does. The result is a trippy, trance sound that one would never expect to come from the joyful uke. If anyone has a better description for this sound, please post suggestions in the comments.