In this series of ukulele video lessons you'll be learning the chord progression in "F" on a ukulele. You'll need to learn the basic chords first before you go and try the progressions. You can also use the ukulele chord chart in conjunction with this video. Trust me, this is going to be fun, maybe even frustrating at times, but once you get it down, you'll never want to put your ukulele away.
Playing the ukulele is something that a lot of people enjoy doing. It's something they find easier than they expect it to be and it's something that just about anyone can learn to do. First there is learning the different chords and the next thing that people learn on the ukulele are the chord progressions.
There are people who think that chord progressions are something that is difficult, that they aren't going to be able to do. But the truth is that chord progressions aren't anything that someone who is learning to play the ukulele needs to worry about. They’re something that just about anyone can learn and master with practice. It's something like a road map. It'll either work or not. You just have to practice, practice, practice! Another good way is to use sheet music to find other chord progressions in different songs.
The chord progression that this video is going to go over is the basic chord progression in "F". The first F chord progression is F, Dm, Bb and C7. This would be the basic chord progression for "Oldies" music. The other way that an F chord progression can be played is F, Bb, F and C7. These are just some basic chord progressions and believe me, there are lots of them out there. For example, you can add augmented and diminish chords too. Progression changes are something that everyone who is learning to play the ukulele can do well.Return to Home Page