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How are they? How is your year going? Have you learned to play the Ukulele?
If your answer is no, then it is time for you to do so, so today we will learn to play the 4 easiest and most basic ukulele chords, with them you can play an infinity of songs that will facilitate learning in this beautiful world of ukulele and music in general.
The first thing we should be clear about is that any instrument must be well tuned before beginning to play, because if it doesn't sound bad when touched, that's why the first thing you should learn is fine tune your Ukulele.
The standard tuning of the Ukulele is
LA (A), MI (E), DO (C), SOL (G)
With a tuner you can do it in a very easy way, you just have to play string by string in the air (without pressing any frets) and it must give you right in the center, pointing to the arrow and giving you the letter corresponding to the tuning of the string; for example if it is the first rope will be A which represents a LA.
It is important to remember that the standard frequency that the tuner should be at is 440.
If you want to know more about the tuning I will leave here a link for a blog in which we talk more about it. Ukulele tuning
It is important to know about the american encryption, because it is often confusing when we look for a song that we want to learn and is represented differently than we imagine.
American encryption is just one way to simplify the way you read chords, representing it with letters from the alphabet.
Here This is a very easy way to relate them:
To perform the chords in your ukulele, you should know that each of your fingers has a special number that will help you facilitate the positions you will perform with them: the first finger is the index, the second is the middle, the third is the ring and finally the little finger is the fourth.
And just as your fingers have a number, the strings and frets also have it. which is represented as follows:
The strings are counted from the bottom up counting La (A) as the first and SOL (G) as the fourth, and the ukulele head frets down.
So if I tell you: "put your finger 3 on string 1 on fret 3" would you be playing a DO Chord (C)
All right! we have come a long way explaining everything so that now you are ready to perform Your first chords
Now you wonder what songs I can learn to play with these chords, easy, I'll leave you a list below for you to practice.
|I'm Yours||Jason Mraz|
|No Woman no Cry||Bob Marley|
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