In this series of Ukulele Video Lessons - Chord Progression In "A", you will be learning the basics of the chords that are played in "A". You can also use the ukulele chord chart in conjunction with the videos.
A lot of people who are learning to play the ukulele find that learning to do chord progression is something that is easy. After they have learned to play the chord progression, they find that they are able to play some songs they hear other people playing. It may take a couple of days, but chord progressions shouldn’t be something that is difficult. Once someone has learned to play the individual notes on their ukulele, chord progressions are the next step.
This article will tell you how you can do a chord progression in "A". The first way that you can play the chord progression in "A" is by playing A, F#m, D, and E7. You can also play the A chord progression by playing A, D, A, and E7.
Although chord progressions seem easy and like they are something that should simply be skipped over, they are something that is essential to learn if you want to play different kinds of music. Knowing the chord progressions is something that is going to help to make learning songs easier and to make them smoother. You have to learn the seemingly inane and easy things on a ukulele before you can start out playing the more difficult things.
Once you have practiced your chord progressions, you will find that you are playing more smoothly and that your movements aren’t quite as jerky. This makes a big difference when it comes to playing a song and it also makes a difference on how good or how bad the song sounds.Return to Home Page