Ukulele Video Lessons - High Major Chords Part 2

In the first part of the series, ukulele video lessons for high major chords, we covered high A, C, and D. Now, we will move on to three more major chords – E, F, and G. They are just as easy to learn and they are just as versatile. Make sure that you watch the video so you can see the chords, and listen to how they sound. This helps you make sure that you are doing it correctly.


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High “E” chord This lesson covers the E chord first. To create the basic E chord, you will place your index finger on the A string’s second fret, while your middle finger should be on the fourth fret of the G string. Your ring finger will be on the fourth fret of the C string, and your pinky will be fretting the fourth fret of the E string. Another version of the high E chord, you will bar the fourth fret with your index finger and then place your pinky on the seventh fret of the A string. Finally, you will be able to form another High E by using your index finger to fret the eleventh fret on the C string, while using your middle finger to fret the eleventh fret of the A string and your ring finger to fret the E string’s twelfth fret.

High “F” chord The next part of this lesson continues with the F chord. For the first technique, you will use your index finger on the first fret of the E string, and your middle finger on the second fret of the G string. Another way to get a high F is to bar the fifth fret with your index finger, and then fret the eighth fret of the A string with your pinky. Finally, you can also create the high F by using your index finger on the twelfth fret of the C string, your middle finger on the A string’s twelfth fret, and the ring finger on the A string’s thirteenth fret.

High “G” chord – Finally, the ukulele video lesson for high major chords covers the high G chord. You will place your index finger on the C string’s second fret, the middle finger on the A string’s second fret, and the ring finger on the E string’s third fret. To get a higher G, you will bar the seventh fret with your index finger, and then put your ring finger on the tenth fret of the A fret. Finally, you can create another high G by using your index finger on the C string’s fourteenth fret, the middle finger on the A string’s fourteenth fret, and the ring finger on the E string’s fifteenth fret.

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