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Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern - Pattern Two
For ukulele and guitar there are four core, basic strums that will get you started. This is the second of the four core patterns.
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The left and right hand on the ukulele don't always follow direction. So if you need it use the followin verbal direction to you strumming hand to sync with the pulse of a four beat pattern. D is down and U is up.
The standard rhythmic notation for this pattern in 4/4 time is:
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