How To Read Notes On The Ukulele

October 07, 2020

How To Read Notes On The Ukulele

A Little Info About This Lesson

Do you want to learn how to read notes?

If your answer is yes, then this is for you.

Today, you’re going to understand the full range of the ukulele fretboard using the natural notes. It’s a perfect lesson for any ukulele player who wants to learn to read standard notation.

In this lesson, you will learn the whole and half steps in the musical alphabet - how it applies to the ukulele, and where to find the equivalent notes on paper. Two scales and chords are included so you can start testing your reading straight away.

This is a very important musical lesson so we suggest you watch and learn. Enjoy! :)

Jeffrey's Instructional Video





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