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`Ukulele Scale Diagram Explained

A chord or scale grid is an alternate, visual why of showing a scale pattern.

PUBLISHED: Apr 9, 2013 UPDATED: Apr 9, 2013VIEWS: 117 • LESSON CODE: UL72

Instruments: ukulele Subjects: corebeginnerscalesbasics

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`Ukulele Scale Diagram Explained

The "Ukulele Scale Diagram" is an alternate notation and visual why of showing a scale using a grid pattern representing the strings and frets of the Ukulele Fingerboard.

A Ukulele Scale Grid or Diagram is a graphic representation of the fingerboard shape of a particular scale.


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