Learning the Ukulele Fingerboard - G Tuning Fingerboard Chart

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The natural, flat and sharp note names of the ukulele fingerboard in G tuning, low or high D. Common on the baritaon ukulele and can also be used on a tenor ukulele.

G tuning, the low D variant is the same as the thin-high four open strings as the guitar in standard tuning. This allows guitar player to transition to ukulele with little effort. However, there are some in the ukulele community that thing “Why not just play the guitar?”

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