3 Lessons in the “Reading Standard Music Notation for Ukulele” Series
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Standard music notation, the natural, sharp and flat notes of the ukulele fingerboard for C tuned ukuleles. Covers both high C and low G tuning variations.
The D Tuning comes in two versions where string four is either tuned to the "A", a major second below string one or low "A" where string fours is a perfect fifth below string three.
The D tuning with a low A is the same as the thin four strings of a standard tuned guitar with a capo at fret (9).
The G Tuning comes in two versions where string four is either tuned to the "D", a major second below string one or low "D" where string four is a perfect fifth below string three.
The G tuning with a low D is the same as the thin four strings of a standard tuned guitar.
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