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Basic Ukulele Chords For Beginners

Shorthand chord naming

Aside from chord diagrams, another popular way to learn the finger placement chords is to know their shorthand. Remember that the vertical lines on a chord diagram represents the ukulele’s four strings, G-C-E-A? And that a 0 on top of the diagram means an open, or unfretted string? Those principles are used in shorthand chord names.

Let’s take for example the C chord. As a review, this is made by putting your ring finger on the first, or the A string at the third fret. In shorthand the C chord would be 0003. This means that strings G, C and E are not fretted, but A is fretted at fret 3.

Another example is the C7 chord, which you make by putting your finger on the bottom or the A string at the first fret. In shorthand, C7 would then be 0001. Since it’s at the first fret, you would hardly need to use your middle, ring or pinky finger there, and it would be natural to use the index finger for fretting.

Other examples of shorthand chord names: A is 2100, G7 is 0212 and A7 is 0100.

Shorthand chord names are a good way to remember where a chord is fretted but you still have to determine which finger to use for fretting. Don’t worry – this will be easy enough to work out once you know how to make chords.

ukulele instrumentUkulele playing tips for beginners

  1. Take your time, don’t rush!

In each of your playing goals – playing faster, learning new chords, composing a simple melody – have patience with yourself and don’t rush. Muscle memory takes time to develop, especially in beginners hold an instrument for the first time. It’s normal and don’t be too hard on yourself when you feel like you’re not making any progress.

To track your progress and motivate you to keep playing, keep a daily practice log. Write down what you’ve accomplished for the day, say practicing chord transitions (moving from one chord to the next) between the C and F chord. If you can, record a video of yourself playing every day. We’re sure that your Day 30 video will show your improved your skills since Day 1.

Recording a video of yourself playing can also help you observe yourself and see what you’re doing wrong so you can make improvements.

  1. Maintain good form and posture.

Make sure you are sitting comfortably when practicing and you’re not slouching. Good posture also prevents unnecessary strain in your muscles and joints.

  1. Use a metronome.

Practice chords using a metronome (a physical one, an online metronome or a mobile app). Start with a slow pace then increase the speed or tempo steadily as you become more adept at playing chords.

For instance, play the F chord at 65 beats per minute (BPM) for 1 minute, then take 15-second break, then play the chord again. Repeat this twice before moving to the next chord. After playing the chords for 65 BPM, increase the tempo to 70 BPM, then 75 BPM, and so on. If the song your want to learn plays at 85 BPM, start with a slower pace and build up until you are playing the song at 85 BPM.

  1. Anticipate the next chord.

When you’re learning to play a song, it helps to listen closely so you can hear where the chord changes happen. When making chord transitions, it would help if you anticipate the next chord and prepare your fingers by hovering them over the strings they should fret.

Let’s take for example the C chord. When you play it, only your ring finger is fretting, leaving your index and middle fingers free. When you need to transition to an F chord from a C chord, you can prepare your index and middle fingers by hovering them over the strings they need to fret (E string at the first fret, G string at the second fret). This way, your fingers don’t have to travel far when you change chords.

  1. Do finger exercises.

If it’s your first time playing a string instrument, making the chords may feel awkward or uncomfortable to your fingers. To help you get used to playing, include finger exercises as part of your daily practice to increase the reach of your fingers and let you play faster and longer.

  1. Learn different strumming patterns.

Ukulele strumming patterns consist of various combinations of up strums and down strums. Strumming is another aspect of ukulele playing that can impact the sound and feel of a song, so practice different strumming patterns too. This is one example of a strumming pattern (D stands for down strum, U stands for up strum): D, D-U-D, D-U-D, D-U-D, D-U-D, D-U-D, D-U

Remember to strum with your wrist and not with your arm because moving your arm up and down repeatedly will tire you out quickly. It’s all in the wrist!

  1. Take breaks and allow yourself to develop muscle memory.

Allow your brain and finger muscles time to record your motor activity and make it easier for you to come back to the movement easily without that much conscious effort. This goes not only for making chords but for strumming as well.

  1. Hum the lyrics or melody.

If you’re learning to play a song, it would be helpful to hum along while practicing. This will help improve your strumming and keep the right timing while allowing you to get used to using your vocals. As you get better – you’re in tune, on time and can transition between chords easily, you can move on to singing the lyrics while playing effortlessly!

  1. Stay loose.

Another thing to love about the ukulele is that it gives off a relaxed and chill vibe. It doesn’t feel like a “formal” instrument like the harp or the cello. So when playing the ukulele, it’s best to stay loose and relaxed, not only in your fingers, wrists and arms but your entire body, especially your shoulders and your back. You can maintain good posture without holding yourself too stiffly, which can result in you getting tired quickly.

  1. Never stop learning!

Watch ukulele videos, listen to different music genres, play along with ukulele music, discover alternate fingerings – all of these contribute to you becoming a better ukulele player. Don’t stop with with just the basics; let your motivation drive you to learn more about playing the ukulele. Jam with your friends, try to compose your own song (or even a simple melody) – do whatever makes you motivated to learn and simply keep going!

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Easy practice songs for beginners

Here are some of the easiest ukulele songs for beginners. These songs use the chords we’ve listed above. Remember to start slow and have fun!

Songs using the ukulele chords G, D and C…

G D C ukulele chords

Blowin’ In The Wind (Bob Dylan)
Chords for the verses: G – C – G – G – C – D – G – C – G – G – C – D
When you get to “The answer my friend” parts, use these chords: C – D – G – Em – C – D – G

22 (Taylor Swift)
These chords just repeat throughout the song: G – D – C – D

Songs using the ukulele chords G, D, Em and C…

G D Em C ukulele chords

Someone Like You (Adele)
Chords for the verses, choruses and the bridge: G – D- Em – C
Chords for the pre-chorus: D – C – D – C – D

Tougher Than The Rest (Bruce Springsteen)
Chords for the verses: G – C – D – C – G – D
Chords for the bridge: Em – C – G – C – D – G – Em – C – G – C – G – D – G

I Won’t Back Down (Tom Petty)
Chords for the verses: Em – D – G – Em – D – G – Em – D – C – Em – D – G
Chords for the choruses: C – D – C – D – C – D – Em – D – G – Em – D – G

Once you’ve got those songs down, you can try your hand at playing other beginner-friendly songs. There are plenty of ukulele tabs for these and other songs online – simply do a search to find your favorites!

      • Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World (Israel Kamakawiwo’ole)
      • I’m Yours (Jason Mraz)
      • Let It Be (The Beatles)
      • I Do/Falling For You (Colbie Caillat)
      • Stay (Rihanna)
      • Save Tonight (Eagle Eye Cherry)
      • Hey Soul Sister (Train)
      • Just The Way Your Are (Bruno Mars)
      • Tears In Heaven (Eric Clapton)
      • Don’t Stop Believing (Journey)
      • Leaving On A Jet Plane (John Denver)

We hope our ukulele chord explanation for beginners helped out. All that’s left to do is for you to pull out your uke and get practicing. Practice does make perfect after all!

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When I Said I Do (ver. 3) chords

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When I Said I Do (ver. 3)

Capo 3 || GGsus || GD These times are troubled and these times are good C And they're always gonna be, they rise and they fall GD We take 'em all the way that we should C Together you and me forsaking them all EmD Deep in the night and by the light of day C It always looks the same, true love always does GD/F# And here by your side, or a million miles away C Nothin's ever gonna change the way that I feel, G The way it is, is the way that it was DAmCG When I said I do, I meant that I will 'til the end of all time DF Be faithful and true, devoted to you CGGsus That's what I had in mind when I said I do GD Well this old world keeps changin', and the world stays the same C For all who came before, and it goes hand and hand GD Only you and I can undo all that we became C That makes us so much more, than a woman and a man EmD And after everything that comes and goes around C Has only passed us by, here alone in our dreams GD/F# I know there's a lonely heart in every lost and found C But forever you and I will be the ones G Who found out what forever means DAmCG When I said I do, I meant that I will 'til the end of all time DF Be faithful and true, devoted to you CG That's what I had in mind when I said I do B7EmEm/DA/C# Truer than true, you know that I'll always be there for you CCm That's what I had in mind, that's what I had in mind, G When I said I do Transcribed by C M Strong

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{name: Verse 1} G I don't know D what am I doing here CGD there's a shadow in my place {name: Verse 2} G Maybe now D everything will be so clear CGD you shed a light into this empty space {name: Pre-chorus} C And all I am all I have Em doesn't even matter now C I can't understand why I feel this way G But I do D I do {name: Chorus 1} G I just wanna love you when the goings tough D I just wanna hold you when you're not enough C I just wanna give you everything I've got G I do D I do {name: Verse 3} G I don't know D what am I saying here C there's a hole in my heart GD and it's begging please {name: Verse 4} G Maybe now D everything will be so clear CGD Cause you're all I'll ever need {name: Pre-chorus} C All I know Em I don't wanna lose control C I just wanna touch your soul G I do D I do {name: Chorus 2} G I just wanna hold you when the goings tough D I just wanna love you when you're not enough C I just wanna give you all that I can give G I do D I do G I just wanna kiss you in the morning sun D I just wanna love you when the day is done C I just wanna hold you just because I can G I do D I do G I just wanna fold you up into my arms D I just wanna listen to your beating heart C I just wanna love you just because I do G I do D I do

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{t: What'll I Do } {key: G} {artist:Willie Nelson} https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO3wNNZE9tk Capo 1 Harry Nilsson has crazy chords https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GQD4uRZ51ng In D {c: } [G] Gone is the romance that was [D] so divine. 'tis [G] broken and [Am] cannot be [G] mended. [G] You must go your way, And I [D] must go mine. Now [A] that our love dreams have [D] ended {c: } What'll I [G] do When [C] you are [G] far a[Am]way And [G] I am [D] blue What'll I [G] do? {c: } [D] What'll [G] I do? When [C] I am [G] wond'[Am]ring who [G] Is kissing [D] you What'll [G] I do? {c: } [C] What'll I do with [Am] just a [C] photo[A]graph To [G] tell my [E] troubles [A] to? {c: } [G] When I'm alone With [C] only [G] dreams [Am] of you That [D] can’t come true What'll I [G] do? {sos} [G] When I'm alone with [C] only [G] dreams [Am] of you That [D] can’t come true, what'll I [G] do? [G] When I'm alone with [C] only [G] dreams [Am] of you That [D] can’t come true, what'll I [G] do? {eos} What'll I [C] do with [Am] just a [C] photo[Am]graph To [G] tell my [E] troubles [A] to? {c: } [G] When I'm alone with [C] only [G] dreams of [Am] you That [G] can’t come [D] true, what'll [G] I do? {sos} What'll I [G] do when [C] you are [G] far a[Am]way And [G] I am [D] blue, what'll I [G] do? {eos}
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