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Reading Music on Ukulele Series - Reading in Open Position, String One

Published: 02 Jan 2006 Updated: 04 Sep 2013Visits: 47Code: UKEREAD1P-L2

Topic: Reading ukulele Subjects: Reading Beginner Intermediate

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Reading Music on Ukulele Series - Reading in Open Position, String One

From the available natural notes in open position there are three notes on string one. A, B and C. The Open Position is the open strings and frets one, two, three and four.

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