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Do you want learn a sound Ukulele? In today's blog you we teach the four of them chords main for play Ukulele.
C = C
Sun = G
A minor = Am
Fa = F
With these simple chords you can play many songs, they are the 4 simplest chords and the basis for you to start playing.
Do is the first chord that everyone should learn, in addition to being one of the most popular because many songs carry it, it is one of the easiest to learn.
Its representation in the American cipher is the letter C, which is how you will find it in the tablatures of the songs you want to learn. To make the chord we only need one finger, preferably the middle finger, so that it is easier to move to another chord more quickly.
We are going to place our finger on the XNUMXst string (A) at the XNUMXrd fret counting from the head of the Ukulele to the body.
The chord looks like this:
The second chord, and also one of the ones that we are going to use the most, is the G chord. And although we now need 3 fingers, it is still very easy to play, so don't worry.
Its representation in the American cipher is the letter G, and to do this we have to place our middle finger on the first string (A) on the second fret, our index finger on the third string (C) on the second fret, and our finger ring on the second string (MI) on the third fret, our fingers should be like making a small triangle. the chord looks just like this:
Our next chord is F, which in the American cipher is represented by the letter F.
To be able to play Fa, we will only need 2 fingers, our index and middle finger. We will place our middle finger on the top string, number 4 (G) on the second fret, and our index finger on the second string (E) on the first fret. Only those two fingers are going to give us the F chord that looks just like this:
And to finish, we have the last chord of our four main chords, the A minor chord, which the nomenclature of the American cipher represents with Am.
Do you remember how you had your fingers to play the F chord? Well, just remove your index finger from there, and voila.
Another single finger chord, the middle finger is arranged on the fourth string, the top one (G) on the second fret, just like this:
There you have it, ... you're ready to play songs like:
Stand By Me - Ben E. King
I'm Yours - Jason Mraz
Another Drink - Sech
Castle on the Hill - Ed Sheeran
Riptide - Vance Joy
Solo - Luis Fonsi
And many more!
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