Learn How To Play Different Ukulele Chords

October 05, 2020

A Little Info About This Lesson

When you start learning how to play the uke, you’ll soon find yourself puzzled. You’d feel that learning different chords can be intimidating.

Even their names sometimes make it confusing. Terms such as Major chords, sharps, flats, and minors are frequently used in every song. As a beginner, these can be overwhelming.

Anyways, to give you an idea, a chord is simply a combination of three or more notes played together to create a harmonious sound or melody. We’ll explain it further on this next video.

Ukulele Chords





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