Artist and teacher Victoria Vox presents some of her go-to rhythms and how to play them
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Playing in chord melody style can make one person sound like a full band
Having only three chords and a strumming pattern that repeats throughout makes Bob Dylan's "You Aint Goin Nowhere" a perfect song for ukulele players of all ability levels.
Trinidad and Tobago–style calypso is quite different from the “island-style” strum that many ukulele folks use to play some calypso songs
This arrangement uses non-common left-hand fingerings to connect the transitions
Because the banjo and the ukulele share a common high G string, right-hand techniques like "Scruggs style" rolls for banjo sound great on the uke!
The most famous version of this song was cut by Janis Joplin for her Pearl album just days before her death in October 1970
This blues-based arpeggio exercise from Lil Rev can be played alongside any 12-bar shuffle or boogie groove
Ukulele players who started on guitar are inclined to adapt their guitar skills to the ukulele. Here's how to play blues fingerpicking on ukulele.