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There’s nothing worse than an out-of-tune ukulele. Even if it’s just you locked away practicing in a room by yourself where nobody can ..read more
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Happy Memorial Day! Today I’m playing a chord melody arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner on ukulele (scroll down to get the ukulele ..read more
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An exciting way to take your ukulele playing to the next level is to find new ways to play the same chord on ukulele. Yes, there are often ..read more
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You finally figure out how to play that one ukulele chord that’s giving you all sorts of trouble, but when you strum: Bzzt! No matter ..read more
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I haven’t had this much fun lately learning to play a song as I did learning Justin Bieber’s Love Yourself. In this heart-felt and ..read more
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Today we’re playing Lady Gaga’s famous song Million Reasons on ukulele. This emotive and powerful ballad has just four ukulele chords ..read more
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Learning the notes of the ukulele fretboard takes a lot of discipline and effort, but it’s nothing you can’t accomplish! In this lesson ..read more
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By now you already have C major scale in position #1, position #2, and position #3 under your belt. It’s important you get those ..read more
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So far we’ve looked at how to play C major scale in position #1 and position #2 on the ukulele fretboard. If you haven’t already ..read more
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Last week we looked at how to play a C Major Scale in Position #1 on ukulele. Today we continue on and learn C Major Scale in Position #2 ..read more

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