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The `Ukulele is not as Black'n'White as the piano.
Major Quick Four progression.
Diminished Seventh passing chords.
An Introduction to Scales and Soloing on `Ukulele using the C Pentatonic Scale.
A chord or scale grid is an alternate, visual why of showing a scale pattern.
All possible single and multiple ukulele string combinations.
Expanding your `ukulele strumming patterns.
The art and craft of strumming – playing rhythm on `Ukulele.
The first letter of `Ukulele.
'Eh' – the Canadian chord.
A Guide to Advanced Chords Series
Series of graduated drills or finger gymnastics for finger independence and strength.
Building your 9#11, 7#5-9, 13b5, 7+9 and the like on the fly.
Summary of the core Alternating Thumb fingerpicking patterns.
Movable form chords
The art and science of chord fingering. Learning your basic open position chords in common keys.
Basic `ukulele strums and variations to get you started.
Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.
A core set of basic `ukulele chords* that ALL Ukulele players should know.
A core set of basic chords that ALL Ukulele players should know in common keys.
A core set of basic ukulele chords that ALL Ukulele players should know. For Lefties!
The open position includes the open strings and frets one, two, three and four. And, include at least one open string.
Basic one, two, three and four note single string drills for ukulele for developing finger strength and independence.
Testing lesson two.
Commonly called jazz chords, these more sophisticated, contemporary chord voicings find their way into a wide variety of music
'Si' – the Spanish chord.
Learn a new chord everyday of February.
Learn a new chord everyday of January.
Learn a new chord everyday of March.
Even memorizing a few hundred is time-consuming and not practical.
An alternate approach to determining the chord tones of any chord.
Chord substitution is when one chord replaces another chord or is used in addition to a current chord.
Switching chords are all about finger independence and working together.
Common classic song endings that are used over and over in the standard song repertoire.
by Aaron Kim
Exploring the three common tunings: C, G, and D.
Every wonder why certain chords seem to popup together time and time again?
Exploring the differences in these two common C tunings.
Applying "The Six Secrets of `Ukulele Fingering" to connecting scales.
A non-traditional fingering for the G7 chord.
The cool chord you can create when you know the notes of the chord.