‘Ukulele tabs are a great way to learn songs. They are easy to use and don’t require any special music knowledge to read. You can learn a bunch of songs quickly using ‘ukulele tabs. A word of warning though: While they are very convenient, tabs can quickly become the lazy way to learn a song.
Chord Magic We're going to teach you how to play all of the chords (major, minor, 7th, diminshed, ...) in all of the keys (A, Bb, B, C, ...) in all of the positions (up and down the fretboard). The magic in "Chord Magic" is that you can do this without a lot of memorization. Let me show you what I mean. Think about the 7th chords for example.
Scales Let's look at how to play scales on the ukulele. Why? Well... The easy answer is that, like eating your vegetables, it's good for you.
If you're coming to the islands, it's time to brush up on your ukulele skills! Here are a few topics of interest to intermediate ukulele players looking to advance. We'll be adding more topics from time to time, so check back. And we hope to see you at kanikapila sometime! (kanikapila: Hawaiian jam session) Instruction
A Little Bit Of Chord Theory You don't need to know this to play the chords, but it's interesting to know how to "spell out" a chord. That is: what notes make up a major chord? ... or an augmented chord, or a 9th chord?
Crazy G Here's a really fun song to learn. It's fast and showy, and audiences love it. It takes a little practice to play it well, but it's not as difficult as it sounds -- easily within the reach of any intermediate ukulele player. The first step is to download the tab notation for this song.