In the first part of this Ukulele Video Lessons "High Major Chords 1", you’ll be learning how to play three of the high major chords – A, C, and D. In the second part, we will go over how to play E, F, and G. This lesson for high major chords will show you just how to play these chords and you will actually get to hear how they should sound.
High “A” chord - The first chord covered in this lesson is the high A chord. When you are playing the basic "A" chord, you will place your middle finger on the G string’s second fret, and your index finger on the first fret of the C string. To create a higher A, you will place your index finger on the fourth fret of the C string, and your middle finger on the fourth fret of the A string. You also need to place your ring finger of the E string’s fifth fret. There is even a third version of a high A that you can play. Bar the ninth fret, and then place your ring finger on the A string’s twelfth fret.
High “C” chord – Next, you will move on to the high C chord. You will place your ring finger on the A string’s third fret, for the basic "C" chord shape. It’s as simple as that. To get a higher C chord, you will place your index finger on the third fret of the E string, and then your pinky finger on the seventh fret of the A string. There is a third version of the chord as well. You will want to have your index finger fret the seventh fret of the C string, while your middle finger is on the seventh fret of the A string, and your ring finger is on the eighth fret of the E string.
High “D” chord – Lastly, you'll learn how to create the high D chords. You will place your index finger on the G string’s second fret, while your middle finger goes to the C string’s second fret. The ring finger will be on the second fret of the E string. To achieve a higher D, use your index finger on the fifth fret of both A and E. Have your middle finger on the C string’s sixth fret, and your ring finger on the G string’s seventh fret.Return to Home Page
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