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What's up Ukuleleria friends!
These days I am very motivated and happy because many people have been encouraged to learn to play their first ukulele in this quarantine, and I love that they have been encouraged to learn something new and get into this of music.
As I have always said, the Ukulele is the best instrument to introduce you to the world of music and this quarantine is the best way to take advantage of all this available time. Get the best out of this!
Many may already know their first chords and want to learn countless songs but do not know where to start. They should know that there are many easy songs that surely more than one will like!
Still can't play ukulele? I prepared a fair blog for you to learn the first chords without problems! https://ukuleleria.com/blogs/blog-ukuleleria/como-aprender-a-tocar-un-ukulele-en-aislamiento
So today I bring you 5 Tips that will help you a lot to learn to play your first song!
1) Search for songs that you know the lyrics
As you know the ukulele is an instrument that fits into any musical genre. Choose your favorite! you don't have to touch Over the Rainbow or Lava U to forces! you can play the song that you know best, you will see that you will find songs with basic or super simple chords that will help you learn a lot since every time you remember your favorite song you will want to grab your ukulele and play it!
2) Practice strumming slowly
I know I know, sometimes it is difficult to play and do the chords at the same time, at the beginning I had a hard time interpreting the strumming since I did not understand them much, but everything is better if we do it little by little, I began to see my options Favorite songs with strumming as simple as 4 strumming down! There are many, believe it or not, and if it is a bit more elaborate strumming, do it slowly and do it piece by piece, this will help you build muscle memory!
3) Download Applications with lyrics and chords
One of the best tools and what I recommend the most is to start looking for apps and pages that help you find the chord very easily! Remember that we have tabs, advice, tips, recommendations and more in all our social networks, remember to follow us! (I leave them at the end of the blog) the apps that definitely helped me grow in this ukulele was ...
In this app you will find all your favorite songs with lyrics and chords and they will help you a lot to start small.
This is one of my favorite and most complete apps when it comes to getting my favorite chords since here it shows me the video on Youtube and it progresses as it progresses as the song progresses with its chords and changes.
4) Search and meet new chords
Little by little, seek to learn something, a chord, a strum, or simply learn the lyrics of a song that you like, all in its obvious time there are chords, strum more and more strange but you will see that you will learn them super easy every time.
5) don't stress
We all find it difficult to start something new, some less or more than others, but in the end, everything goes hand in hand with perseverance, and the love you have for your uku, don't worry, take a breather and practice, Little by little believe me that you will be a master in this ukulele very soon.
Finally remember that everything is patience and perseverance, the ukulele is the best and easiest instrument to introduce yourself to the world of music but you also have to practice to learn more and more!
Did you read this whole blog and don't have a ukulele? Buy yours now before the quarantine is over! Take advantage of! 🤯
Doubts? Send us a message to our social networks to help you!
Marco Mendoza @ marcomendoza1130
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