Learn To Play Basic Arpeggios On Ukulele

July 29, 2020

Learn To Play Basic Arpeggios On Ukulele

A Little Info About This Lesson

Today, you’re going to learn how to play a basic arpeggio. An arpeggio is simply, playing in a broken chord. What that means is, instead of playing the notes of a particular chord in just a single strum, you play them sequentially like a scale.

Jeff will teach you how to play basic C, F, and G7 arpeggios. It does sound intimidating if you are a beginner but if you just follow the instructions, you’ll soon find it easy to play. This is a quick lesson. Learn the basics and you should improve your ukulele skills in no time. So let’s get started. Enjoy!

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