Ukulele Scale Practice Routine

June 25, 2019

Ukulele Scale Practice Routine

As you start your ukulele journey, you’ll soon find yourself looking for more advanced lessons to improve your skills. Just strumming the instrument is no longer enough. With that said, we’ve prepared a lesson that we think you’ll enjoy learning - The Scale practice routine. We included the tablature to make it easier for you to digest the lesson.

The goal of the worksheet is to help you develop rhythmic control, speed, and synching up your right and left hand. This is another awesome video lesson that you shouldn’t miss. Watch the video tutorial below and you’ll soon be an expert ukulele player in no time!





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