Today's Chord

Learn a New Ukulele Chord Each Day of 2017!!!
Today's Chord a Day, February 24th - A+

Each day of 2017 there’s a new chord you can learn and add to your chord vocabulary. First time here? Start with the January 1st chord.

Today's Chord

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  • `Ukulele • Piano Comparison

    The `Ukulele is not as Black'n'White as the piano.

  • `Ukulele Blues, Example D

    Major Quick Four progression.

  • `Ukulele Blues, Example J

    Diminished Seventh passing chords.

  • `Ukulele Doodling - An Introduction to Scales and Soloing on `Ukulele

    An Introduction to Scales and Soloing on `Ukulele using the C Pentatonic Scale.

  • `Ukulele Scale Diagram Explained

    A chord or scale grid is an alternate, visual why of showing a scale pattern.

  • `Ukulele String Combinations

    All possible single and multiple ukulele string combinations.

  • `Ukulele Struming Pattern 6.1T

    Expanding your `ukulele strumming patterns.

  • `Ukulele Strums - Core Pattern 4.1

    Expanding your `ukulele strumming patterns.

  • `Ukulele Strums - Core Pattern 4.1T

    Expanding your `ukulele strumming patterns.

  • `Ukulele Strums - Core Pattern 6.1

    Expanding your `ukulele strumming patterns.

  • `Ukulele Strums - Getting Started

    The art and craft of strumming – playing rhythm on `Ukulele.

  • ´Okina

    The first letter of ´Ukulele.

  • A - Open Position and Movable Forms

    'Eh' – the Canadian chord.

  • Advanced Single Note Fingering Drills for `Ukulele

    Series of graduated drills or finger gymnastics for finger independence and strength.

  • Altered Seventh Chords on `Ukulele

    Building your 9#11, 7#5-9, 13b5, 7+9 and the like on the fly.

  • Alternating Thumb Style Fingerpicking - Patterns Summary

    Summary of the core Alternating Thumb fingerpicking patterns.

  • Bar Chords

    Movable form chords

  • Basic `Ukulele Chord Fingering

    The art and science of chord fingering. Learning your basic open position chords in common keys.

  • Basic `Ukulele Strums and Variations

    Basic `ukulele strums and variations to get you started.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in A Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in Ab Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in Bb Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in C Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in D Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in Db Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in E Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in Eb Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in F Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Blues Progressions in G Major

    Basic and Quick Change blues chord progressions.

  • Basic Open Position `Ukulele Chord Chart

    A core set of basic `ukulele chords* that ALL Ukulele players should know.

  • Basic Open Position `Ukulele Chord Chart for Lefties

    A core set of basic ukulele chords that ALL Ukulele players should know. For Lefties!

  • Basic Open Position Guitar Chords

    The open position includes the open strings and frets one, two, three and four. And, include at least one open string.

  • Basic Single Note Drills for `Ukulele

    Basic one, two, three and four note single string drills for ukulele for developing finger strength and independence.

  • Bogus Lesson Two for Testing

    Testing lesson two.

  • Building a Solid Jazz Chord Foundation for `Ukulele

    Commonly called jazz chords, these more sophisticated, contemporary chord voicings find their way into a wide variety of music

  • C - Open Position and Movable Forms

    'Si' – the Spanish chord.

  • Chord a Day, February 10th - A9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 11th - A13

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 12th - A13

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 13th - Bb5add2

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 14th - Csus2

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 15th - Gsus2

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 16th - C13

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 17th - C7b9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 18th - Em7

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 19th - G6

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 1st - C#m

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 20th - dim7

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 21st - dim7

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 22nd - F#m7b5

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 23rd - Asus4

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 24th - A+

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 25th - Cmaj9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 26th - Amaj9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 27th - Am9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 28th - Em9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 29th - ?

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 2nd - F#m

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 3rd - Bbmaj7

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 4th - Dsus2

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 5th - F5add9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 6th - C5add9

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 7th - G5

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 8th - Gmaj7

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, February 9th - Cadd9sus4

    Learn a new chord everyday of February.

  • Chord a Day, January 10th - C7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 11th - D7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 12th - E7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 13th - Gsus4

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 14th - A7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 15th - Fm

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 16th - Cm

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 17th - E

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 18th - C6

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 19th - B7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 1st - C

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 20th - D

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 21st - A

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 22nd - Eb

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 23rd - Gm

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 24th - C5

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 25th - Cmaj7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 26th - Emaj7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 27th - Amaj7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 28th - C9

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 29th - Am7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 2nd - F

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 30th - Asus4

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 31st - Csus4

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 3rd - G

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 4th - G7

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 5th - Dm

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 6th - Em

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 7th - Am

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 8th - Cadd9

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, January 9th - Cadd2

    Learn a new chord everyday of January.

  • Chord a Day, March 10th - B7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 11th - Eb7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 12th - Ab7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 13th - Db7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 14th - Ab7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 15th - Db7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 16th - C9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 17th - F9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 18th - G9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 19th - A9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 1st - Bb

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 20th - D9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 21st - E9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 22nd - C13

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 23rd - C13

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 24th - F7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 25th - F7#5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 26th - F9#5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 27th - F7b9#5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 28th - F7b9b5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 29th - F7#9b5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 2nd - Bb7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 30th - F7#9#5

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 31st - C13#9

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 3rd - F7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 4th - C7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 5th - G7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 6th - D7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 7th - A7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 8th - E7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord a Day, March 9th - B7

    Learn a new chord everyday of March.

  • Chord Shapes and Learning `Ukulele Chords

    Even memorizing a few hundred is time-consuming and not practical.

  • Chord Spelling - An Alternate Approach

    An alternate approach to determining the chord tones of any chord.

  • Chord Substitution on `Ukulele

    Chord substitution is when one chord replaces another chord or is used in addition to a current chord.

  • Chord Switching - Double Stops

    Switching chords are all about finger independence and working together.

  • Classic Endings for `Ukulele

    Common classic songs ending that are used over and over in the standard song repertoire.

  • Common `Ukulele Tunings

    Exploring the three common tunings: C, G, and D.

  • Common Progressions, Major Keys

    Every wonder why certain chords seem to popup together time and time again?

  • Comparing the High G and Low G, C Tunings

    Exploring the differences in these two common C tunings.

  • Connecting Scale Positions on `Ukulele

    Applying "The Six Secrets of `Ukulele Fingering" to connecting scales.

  • Cool `Ukulele Chords - G7

    A non-traditional fingering for the G7 chord.

  • Core `Ukulele Chords, Traditional and Contemporary Triads

    Major, Minor, Diminished, Augumented, Suspended and Add chords.

  • Core Chords - Creating the Big Six from F7, 1st Voicing

    The first Seventh chord to build your core "Jazz" chord vocabulary.

  • Core Chords - Creating the Big Six from F7, 2nd Voicing

    The second Seventh chord to build your core "Jazz" chord vocabulary.

  • Core Chords - Creating the Big Six from F7, 3rd Voicing

    The third Seventh chord to build your core "Jazz" chord vocabulary.

  • Core Chords - Creating the Big Six from F7, 4th Voicing

    The fourth Seventh chord to build your core "Jazz" chord vocabulary.

  • Core Chords - The Big Six - Building a Solid Chord Foundation

    An introduction to the series of lessons for building your core, essential 4-part chords.

  • Core Ukulele Chords - Sevenths

    A core set of basic movable seventh chords.

  • Creating Cool `Ukulele Chords

    These are the chords do not typically show up in chord dictionaries or song books.

  • Creating Introductions and Turnarounds for `Ukulele

    Introductions and turnarounds in contemporary pop, rock, blues, country, folk and jazz styles.

  • Demystifying Cut Time by Chuck Anderson

    A guest lesson/article by internationally renowned jazz guitarist and educator Chuck Anderson.

  • Diminished Scale for `Ukulele - C Tuning

    You only need three Diminished scales to cover all 15 keys.

  • Dominant Seventh Chords?

    Not all seventh chords are actually "dominant" seventh chords.

  • Ear Training

    Ear Training is the development of the active and passive capability to relate to music aurally.

  • Ear Training

    Developing your active and passive capability to relate to music aurally.

  • Enharmonic Equivalents

    Different name and notation - same pitch.

  • Essential Jazz Scales for `Ukulele

    Melody, chords, licks and riffs all can be related back to scales.

  • Exploring Core Chords on Guitar using Strings 1 2 3 4 and C Blues

    Using chord voice leading principles to explore the 1 2 3 4 string set.

  • Exploring Improvisation on `Ukulele Using Tetrachords

    A tetrachord is a series of four tones filling in the interval of a perfect fourth. This smaller module becomes a bit more manag

  • Exploring Jazz ``Ukulele

    Links and resources for developing the necessary jazz skills required as a jazz `ukulele player.

  • Finding a Good Teacher

    Questions you can ask prospective teachers and generally speaking what their answers should be.

  • Fingering an Open Postion D Major `Ukulele Chord

    There are several ways to finger an open position D major chord.

  • Fingernail Care - William Kanengiser

    This video in the Learning with Legends - William Kanengiser provides one of the best and clearest explanations of the conte

  • Fingerstyle Basics for `Ukulele - t i m r, ( p i m a )

    Exploring fingerpicking and fingerstyle `ukulele.

  • Fingerstyle on `Ukulele - Single and Multi String Exploration

    Single and multi-string exercises for exploring fingerstyle on `Ukulele.

  • First `Ukulele Lesson

    This is a scan of a typical first lesson that ALL students new to the ukulele might get in one of my private one-on-one lessons.

  • Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern - Pattern Four

    Developing your core `ukulele strumming vocabulary.

  • Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern - Pattern Three

    Developing your core `ukulele strumming vocabulary.

  • Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern - Pattern Two

    Developing your core `ukulele strumming vocabulary.

  • Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern - Review

    Developing your core `ukulele strumming vocabulary.

  • Four Famous Core `Ukulele Strums - Pattern One

    Developing your core `ukulele strumming vocabulary.

  • Four Finger-Four Note Basic Single String Fingering Drills for `Ukulele

    These four finger-four note drills are designed to get your fretting hand in shape.

  • Free Form Chords

    No system - Your know the notes of the fingerboard and the notes of chords and can create these as needed.

  • G - Open Position and Movable Forms

    The chord from the hood -– "Yo! 'G'".

  • Getting Started with `Ukulele - Lesson One

    The FIRST lesson on the series for getting started with `ukulele.

  • Glossary of Music Terms

    A glossary of common music and not so common music terms.

  • Guitar (applies to `Ukulele also) Fingering and Creativity

    A guest lesson/article by internationally renowned jazz guitarist and educator Chuck Anderson.

  • Harmonic Analysis - Chord Substitution Principles

    A substitution is when a chord replaces or is used in addition to an existing chord.

  • Harmonic Analysis - Chromatic

    Chords ascending or descending by Chromatic half steps between roots.

  • Harmonic Analysis - Cycles

    A Cycle is when there is an equal distance between roots (at least 3 chords) and the same species for each chord, ascending or d

  • Harmonic Analysis - Full Diatonic

    A Full Diatonic chord is defined as a chord that has its root and species (chord type) in its harmonized chord chart.

  • Harmonic Analysis - Internal Modulation

    An Internal Modulation is when a change of tonal center has occurred.

  • Harmonic Analysis - Partial Diatonic

    A Partial Diatonic chord is defined as a chord that has its root in the harmonized chord chart but its species is NOT in harmoni

  • Harmonic Analysis - Unresolved

    The Unresolved harmonic principle is when a chord is in the harmonized chord chart but does not resolve to its I chord.

  • Hearing the Changes

    Knowing what the chords of a song or chord progressions are and when the when the change.

  • How To Use Metronome

    The question is NOT whether to use a metronome - it's HOW to use a metronome.

  • Key Signatures - A Major and F Sharp Minor

    One of the common Pop, File, Country, and Rock keys of C, G, D, A, and E.

  • Key Signatures - Ab Major and F Minor

    One of the common jazz keys of C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and G.

  • Key Signatures - Bb Major and G Minor

    B-flat, one of the popular keys on ukulele is one of the common jazz keys of C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and G.

  • Key Signatures - C Major and A Minor

    Sometimes called the learning key, the key of C Major is one of the easiest keys to memorize and begin using.

  • Key Signatures - D Flat Major and B Flat Minor

    One of the common jazz keys of C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and G.

  • Key Signatures - D Major and B Minor

    One of the common Pop, File, Country, and Rock keys of C, G, D, A, and E.

  • Key Signatures - E Major and C Sharp Minor

    One of the common Pop, File, Country, and Rock keys of C, G, D, A, and E.

  • Key Signatures - Eb Major and C Minor

    One of the common jazz keys of C, F, Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and G.

  • Key Signatures - F Major and D Minor

    A common `ukulele and jazz key.

  • Key Signatures - G Major and E Minor

    Sometimes called the "people's key", is one of the most frequently-employed keys across classical and popular music.

  • Key Signatures and the Cycle of Fifths and Fourths

    The magical, mysterious, and mystical Cycle of Fifths.

  • Learning `Ukulele - Recipe for Success

    Where Do I Start? This is a common question answered in this lesson.

  • Learning Core Seventh Chords on `Ukulele

    Learning the principles of how chords are constructed using seventh chords.

  • Learning the `Ukulele Fingerboard - C Tuning, Key Frets

    There is nothing that returns more value when learning a fretted musical instrument like the ukulele than really, and I mean rea

  • Learning The Blues Scale on `Ukulele

    A practical approach to learning the Blues and Pentatonic scales on `ukulele.

  • Learning the Fingerboard, C Tuning - 10 step Program

    You CAN now master that crazy notes layout of the `ukulele.

  • Learning the Fingerboard, C Tuning - Fret (5)

    CFAD - the other fret that a lot of `ukulele players might know.

  • Learning the Fingerboard, C Tuning - Secondary Key Frets

    There is nothing that returns more value when learning a fretted musical instrument like the ukulele than really, and I mean rea

  • Maui Hawai'ian Sup'pa Man

    One of my all-time favorite Hawai'ian songs to play.

  • Modular Phonetic Rhythm

    A significant advance in the teaching and application of rhythm.

  • Movable `Ukulele Chords

    A series of weekly ukulele lessons for learning your chords beyond the third fret.

  • Naming Chords on `Ukulele

    Determining the correct name of a chord.

  • Natural, Sharp and Flat Notes of the `Ukulele Fingerboard - C Tuning

    A chart in standard music notation of the natural, sharp and flat notes of the ukulele fingerboard.

  • Natural, Sharp and Flat Notes of the `Ukulele Fingerboard - D Tuning

    A chart in standard music notation of the natural, sharp and flat notes of the ukulele fingerboard.

  • One Finger-One Note Basic Single String Fingering Drills for `Ukulele

    Developing physical strength, agility, flexibility and coordination.

  • Playing by Ear - Chords

    Recognize the sound of chords and chord progressions and be able to play these chords and chord progressions.

  • Playing by Ear - Melodies

    We already know a lot of melodies. Just need to train our fingers and hands to get them out.

  • Playing by Ear - Rhythm

    Playing rhythm by ear is all about getting your ear to recognize rhythms.

  • Playing by Ear - The Ultimate Goal

    The ultimate goal for any musician when playing a musical instrument.

  • Practice Cycles and Sequences

    Sequences and cycles for practicing scales, intervals, melodic sequences and arpeggios.

  • Practice, Play and Rules (Theory) - The Three Words

    A guest lesson/article by internationally renowned jazz guitarist and educator Chuck Anderson.

  • Primary Chords - A Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the A major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Ab Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Ab major scale.

  • Primary Chords - B Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the B major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Bb Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Bb major scale.

  • Primary Chords - C Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the C major scale.

  • Primary Chords - C# Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the C# major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Cb Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Cb major scale.

  • Primary Chords - D Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the D major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Db Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Db major scale.

  • Primary Chords - E Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the E major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Eb Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Eb major scale.

  • Primary Chords - F Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the F major scale.

  • Primary Chords - F# Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the F# major scale.

  • Primary Chords - Gb Major

    The I, IV, and V chords of the Gb major scale.

  • Proper Fretting Hand Placement

    Efficiency is the key to proper technique.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions Play-along Tracks, Introduction and Tuning Notes

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Aeolian Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Blues Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Dorian Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Ionian Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Mixolydian Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Chord Progressions, Pentatonic Play-along Tracks

    Premium practice play-along tracks for mastering and exploring improvisation.

  • QuickStart Scale and Arpeggio Lesson Series

    A highly organized, efficient system of scale and arpeggio fingerings.

  • Reading Music - The Basics

    Music is a common language used world wide and recognized by musicians.

  • Reading Music on `Ukulele Series - Reading in Open Position

    Music notation is the Lingua franca of amateur and professional musicians alike

  • Reading Ukulele TAB - Alternate Notation

    An alternate form of musical notation for stringed instruments.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-2-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-3-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-4-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-1-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-3-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-4-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-1-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-2-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-4-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-1-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-2-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Five Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-3-1-2-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-2-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-3-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 1-4-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-1-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-3-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 2-4-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-1-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-2-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 3-4-1-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-1-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-2-1-2

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note - Four Note, Single String Fingering Drills Starting with Fingers 4-3-1-3

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Repeating Note Single String Fingering Drills

    Building on the single note 1, 2, 3, and 4 finger basic gymnastics.

  • Secondary Chords - A Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the A major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Ab Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Ab major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - B Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the B major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Bb Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Bb major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - C Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the C major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - C# Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the C# major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Cb Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Cb major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - D Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the D major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Db Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Db major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - E Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the E major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Eb Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Eb major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - F Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the F major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - F# Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the F# major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - G Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the G major scale.

  • Secondary Chords - Gb Major

    The II, III, and VI chords of the Gb major scale.

  • Selecting a `Ukulele

    Buying and supplying your UAS ( `Ukulele Acquisition Syndrome ).

  • Six Essential Scales - Dorian/Minor QuickStart Scale Shapes

    Dorian/Minor, one of the six essential scales that every ukulele player should know.

  • Six Essential Scales - Ionian/Major QuickStart Scale Shapes

    Ionian/Major, one of the six essential scales that every ukulele player should know.

  • Six Essential Scales - Mixolydian/Dominant QuickStart Scale Shapes

    Mixolydian/Dominant, one of the six essential scales that every ukulele player should know.

  • Six Essential Scales for `Ukulele

    From these six essential scale you can get through a wide variety of traditional and contemporary music.

  • Standard Music Notation

    A complete lesson on standard music notation.

  • Switching Chords

    Getting from one chord to another.

  • Technique

    The manner and degree to which one employs the technical skills of an endeavor as applied to `ukulele.

  • The A/Bb Movable Barre Form Chord

    Movable form chords based on the open position A, Am, and A7 chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - F7, Four Voicings

    From which all other 4-part chords can be created. Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - Fdim7, Four Voicings

    Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - Fm7, Four Voicings

    Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - Fm7b5, Four Voicings

    Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - Fmaj7, Four Voicings

    Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Big Six Core Chords - Level I

    Your "Jazz" chord foundation.

  • The Big Six Core Chords, Level I - Faug7, Four Voicings

    Your level I core, 4-part "Jazz" chords.

  • The Chromatic Scale

    The only scale contains ALL 12 notes in one octave.

  • The Downbeat

    What, Where and How Can You Locate the Downbeat and Pulse of a Song.

  • The E/F Movable Barre Form Chord

    Movable form chords based on the open position E, Em, and E7 chords.

  • The Hawai'ian Turnaround

    You cant hear this II7 V I harmonic cell and NOT think Hawai'i.

  • The Learning Process - The Mind, Hands and Ears

    Making the connection between the Mind, the Hands and the Ear.

  • The Major Scale

    The most important scale in music.

  • The Muted Strum

    The Universal, works anywhere `ukulele chord.

  • The Ultimate C Chord

    My wacky C chord with only C notes.

  • Three Finger-Three Note Basic Single String Fingering Drills for `Ukulele

    Developing physical strength, agility, flexibility and coordination.

  • Transposing Individual `Ukulele Chords

    Moving notes, chords, scales or any musical passages from one key to another key.

  • Tuning Your `Ukulele

    From tuning by ear to using phone apps and electronic clip-on tuners.

  • Two Finger-Two Note Basic Single String Fingering Drills for `Ukulele

    Developing physical strength, agility, flexibility and coordination.

  • Types of `Ukulele Chords

    Open position chords, movable form chords, 4-part "jazz" chords, and free form chords.

  • Understanding a `Ukulele Chord Diagram

    The basic `Ukulele chord diagram is explained.

  • Understanding a Guitar Chord Diagram

    A chord or scale grid is an alternate, visual why of showing a scale pattern.

  • Upper Partial Chord Tones

    The 9th, 11th, and 13ths of a chord.

  • Using Songs to Learn `Ukulele

    There are two approaches when learning a musical instrument like the ukulele or guitar.

  • Using Triads on `Ukulele

    Using triads for creating solos and improvising.

  • What Finger is What?

    Just what are the fingers of the plucking and fretting hand called.

  • What is a Blues Progression?

    The Blues are at the heart of all American music.

  • What is the different between a Scale and a Mode?

    The term scale and mode are used interchangeably and in a strict theory sense there is a big difference between a scale and a mo

  • What’s Bad About the Internet?

    A guest lesson/article by internationally renowned jazz guitarist and educator Chuck Anderson.

  • Which Way Is Up? - Up, Down, Ascending, Descending, etc...

    What is up, down, higher, lower, top, bottom, ascending, descending?

  • Which Way Is Up? - Up, Down, Ascending, Descending, etc...

    Up, down, higher, lower, top, bottom, ascending, descending on a guitar?

  • Whole Steps and Half Steps Explained

    The distance between any two notes can be defined by steps.

  • Whole Tone Scale for `Ukulele - C Tuning

    You only need two whole tone scales to cover all keys.

  • Your First `Ukulele Chord

    The FIRST chord every `ukulele player learns is...

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