If you have a ukulele you are ready for your first ukulele lesson. But there are some things you should know before you begin learning how to play this beautiful instrument.
Whether you decide to teach yourself the ukulele or you hire someone to work with you, you will find that learning how to play is quite simple. This instrument is one of the easiest to learn to play. You will find that you will pick up the unique finger work and chords quickly.
The first thing you need is your instrument. There are many types of ukuleles available for you to purchase. Each type of ukulele has a different sound and plays music differently. Once you have found the sound you like, you will be able to tune it.Make sure you tune your ukulele before you start your first lesson. You want it to sound perfect when you start playing your first chords. If you are unsure if your ukulele is tuned you can ask your instructor or go to a music shop to check it out. If you have ever tuned a guitar or other similar instrument, this should not be a problem for you.
Your first ukulele lesson will consist of you learning which fingers correspond to what number on the grid. Your index finger is for the number "1" on the grid. Your middle finger is placed when the number "2" is present. Number "3" goes with your ring finger and your pinky is number "4".
Once you have learned what the chords are and where to place your fingers on the fretboard, you will be able to start playing. This means that your first lesson is complete and you are ready to move on. You will find that you will go through the lesson quickly because of the ease of learning this instrument.Return to Home Page
Feb 23, 17 06:25 AM
You can learn to play the ukulele by watching these ukulele video lessons.
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With this ukulele video lesson, I'll be teaching you, “Paris” by The Chainsmokers.
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This ukulele video lesson will be teaching you to play “Break My Stride” by Matthew Wilder, and it is sure to be a favorite no matter where you play it.