Here's how to use alternate and sometimes unconventional fingerings to find the smoothest fretting-hand movement on ukulele.
The blues is really play-it-as-you-feel-it music, so in this lesson we’ll look at how to improvise on the ukulele with blues chords, licks and solos.
Using your pinky on ukulele chords can open up your playing to using your fingers more efficiently to allow for easier chord transitions.
This lesson focuses on making your ukulele chords sound better with some tips to eliminate buzzes, clicks and wrong sounding notes while strumming.
Many ukulele players are trapped in the key of C, but there are actually 12 keys to choose from. Here's how to unlock your potential with 3 easy chord shapes.
Because you know the melody so well in this popular old tune, you’ll be able to feel and hear the effects of the new chords quite dramatically in this ukulele lesson.
Did you just get an ukulele but don't know where to start? Here are a few tips to help you nail those first few chords on ukulele.
If you look at the way chord shapes work on guitar, baritone ukulele, and the standard C–tuned uke, you can unwind some big mysteries in a short amount of time.
What if I told you that after hearing the first two chords of a song, you could reasonably guesstimate the remainder of the chord progression?
BY JIM D’VILLE | FROM THE SPRING 2020 ISSUE OF UKULELE Song ideas started pouring into Harlan Howard’s head when he was just a boy. Born September 8, 1927, Harlan grew up in the pastoral farm country outside Detroit, Michigan.…