by Gerry Long
(Newport Beach, Ca. )
I have a musical background and knew lots of two-chord songs. (Tom Dooley, The More We Get Together, Ten Little Indians, A Tisket, A Tasket, etc.) My web site is www.ukesolos.com.
I was able to teach myself, once I learned the F and C7.
I applied those two chords to 25 songs from my list.
I applied this principle to the keys of G (G and D7), C, (C and G7), A (A and E7), D (D and A7), and Bb (Bb and F7). That's six keys X twenty-five songs.
I cover this and three, and four, and five chord songs in my e-magazine, called UKE-TIPS, which goes out to about 800 recipients. Free of charge
If you would like to be added to the email list, go to www.ukesolos.com (my web site) and hit the button for "UKE-TIPS".
I'm a retired college music professor, and an active jazz and classical musician, and love to share my experiences. You can google "rgerrylong" and see what I do.