The first of the chords we want to share with you is a C (Do), you only have to press with your ring finger the first string en third fret.
The second chord is a G (Sun), in this chord you are going to use your three fingers by pressing your index finger on the XNUMXrd string XNUMXnd fret, middle finger on first stringsecond fret and finally your ring finger on second string third try.
The next chord is a F (Fa), for this chord we recommend you play it using your index finger by pressing the XNUMXnd string at XNUMXst fret and your middle finger on XNUMXth string XNUMXnd fret.
The fourth chord is a To) that you can touch by pressing with your index finger pressing the XNUMXrd string at XNUMXst fret and middle finger on XNUMXth string XNUMXnd fret.
Finally we have a very easy and simple chord, using only your index finger in fourth string fret three, Am (A minor).
We are excited that they are passionate for touching the Ukulele and also that you choose this option of instrument so easy and beautiful. We also recommend you if you are looking for your first Ukulele the Chord color from the Kala brand, it has a super nice sound and has colored notes to make it easier to learn the chords.
Remember that the strings are numbered from bottom to top and the frets from left to right.
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