Lesson on Note Reading For Ukulele with Jeffrey Thomas

October 19, 2016

Lesson on Note Reading For Ukulele with Jeffrey Thomas

A Little Info About This Lesson

This free video ukulele lesson with notation will help you learn to understand the placement of "natural notes" on the ukulele. The whole and 1/2 steps that make up the musical alphabet is explained clearly and the worksheet is in standard notation or real notes so no tablature here. Both low and high G 4th strings are notated as well as a C Major and A natural minor scale.



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