How To Read Ukulele Chord Diagram

October 03, 2020

A Little Info About This Lesson

As a beginner, it's really important to understand how to read the chord diagrams.

Luckily, you don’t need a masters degree in music to play the ukulele. Just by looking at the pictures, you can play different chords. Uhuh, that’s right. Even a 5-year-old kid can easily learn how to read it.

A chord diagram is like a box that shows you exactly where to place your fingers on the fretboard. It represents the top five frets of the ukulele as you look straight at it whilst it’s standing up.

If you want to learn faster, these chord boxes are your friendly guide. They will help you get familiarize with the different ukulele chords.

Here's a quick lesson to help you understand how it goes. Coach Anna will explain it further.

Chord Diagram





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