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Cool `Ukulele Chords - G7

A non-traditional fingering for the G7 chord.

PUBLISHED: Jan 2, 2005 UPDATED: Mar 13, 2015 • LESSON CODE: UL34a

Instruments: ukulele Subjects: advancedjazzchords

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Cool `Ukulele Chords - G7

A non-traditional fingering for the G7 chord using the knowledge that the notes of a G7 chord are G B D F.

A cool chord is most likely a Free Form chord. These free form chords typically include open strings, wide stretches, displaced chord tones and or chord voicings. Plus they just sound cool.

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A cool chord is most likely a Free Form chord. These free form chords typically include open strings, wide stretches, displaced chord tones and or chord voicings. Plus they just sound cool.

Here is a cool sounding G7 chord. A non traditional fingering for the G7 chords using the knowledge that G7 is the note G B D F.

I stumbled on to this G7 voicing while playing and experimenting with my arrangement of Ob La Di Ob La Da.

A cool chord is most likely a Free Form chord. These free form chords typically include open strings, wide stretches, displaced chord tones and or chord voicings. Plus they just sound "cool".

A Free Form chord is where you know the notes of the chord (chord spelling) and the notes of the ukulele fingerboard. You can then play chords not found in to other three categories.

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