A few years ago I came across an instrumental cover of the Beatles' Hey Jude by WS64 on Youtube. I thought it was a great arrangement and later found that someone had tabbed it on the Ukulele Underground forum. The tabs were not totally complete, but there was enough to help me learn this arrangement. So I've been playing this on and off for a couple of years now. It's pretty easy and fun to play, and although I stopped playing it for a while, I recently started playing it again and it came back to me pretty quickly. I've been meaning to record a video of this song, but haven't really tried to find time to do it until now.
I decided to play it on the Leolani super-soprano I have laying around the couch lately. This ukulele was the very first ukulele I bought during a trip to Honolulu at the Aloha Stadium flea market. I probably overpaid for it at $125, and it is the one responsible for starting the UAS madness for me. I had loaned it out to someone for a couple of years, and last year it was returned to me. Playing around it over the last couple of months, I was surprised by how nice it sounded to me. Even when I was an inexperienced beginner, I found other ukes such as a Flea I once owned to be better sounding. But today, for some reason, this Leolani is actually holding its own even against the solid wood ukes I own. The fact that it's a laminated ukulele means I can just leave it out all the time, so it's very handy. I'm glad it has returned to my possession after a couple of years away.