Learning the Ukulele Fingerboard
Published: 01 Jan 2003 Updated: 01 Jan 2003 • Visits: 7150 • Code: UL07
If there's one thing that has the biggest return on your time and investment to learn it's really, really knowing the names of the note of the fingerboard. This series takes a step-by-step approach to finally learning the fingerboard.
The Ukulele, like the guitar and many other fretted stringed instruments, is capable of playing notes horizontally along a string and vertically across the strings. As well as have alternate location to play notes.
This flexibility adds a bit of complexity to actually learning the names of all the notes on the fingerboard, a.k.a., the neck and their locations. Especially without a plan, Stan!
Well Stan!, Here's your plan. Now get to work.
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11 Lessons in the “Learning the Ukulele Fingerboard” Series
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