by Andrea Corona
We don't mean notes and "BLA bla"
We are more focused on all beginners who want to learn and their first song for how capable they are and just need a push.
You will usually find images as I just showed you. We are understanding "physical" chords, that is, we are not going to talk too much about theory to ARM a chord.
Breaking down this, we see that the strings are drawn and they are accompanied by letters?What are they?
Is the tuning of your ukulele, which in this case is G, C, E, A,
It is also possible that instead of the tuning in letters or notes, the order of the strings from bottom to top appears with numbers.
Up to this point, we are clear that it is representing the fingerboard of your ukulele, just the part where the frets that are the horizontal lines are. ☺
You will find brands, usually they are circles, which represent just where you should "step" the strings, we talk about doing it with your fingers, uh, don't destroy your ukulele, hehe.
These are just that, the positions for each chord you are going to follow, and many times you will find numbers within these circles. The number means the finger you should use to put it on the rope. Try to follow that kind of chords, they will help you a lot,
but How to know what finger number it is?
We all have to keep in mind that your fingers are always listed to play string instruments, from pinkie index finger such as 1 (index), 2 (middle), 3 (ring), 4 (pinkie).
I show you both hands because there are people who play backwards, they are left handed, so if you are right-handed, you will step on the chords in your ukulele with the left and if you are left-handed, you will step on the chords with the right hand.
Ready! You are ready to start reading chords and if you are already practicing, it will be very, very simple.
This is to familiarize you with them too. In time you will adopt your own positions but in the meantime, you already have this great breakthrough.
Help us share it if I have helped you please. ♥
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