Reading for `Ukulele - Lesson Nine, Position IV
Lesson nine covers reading in position IV.
The fourth position is defined as the notes on frets 4, 5, 6 and 7 on all four strings. The first finger will play notes in fret 4. The second finger will play notes in fret 5. The third finger will play notes in fret 6 and the fourth finger will play notes in fret 7.
The fourth position is a natural position for the key of D major and A major as well as their two relative minor keys, B minor and F# minor.
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