This series of ukulele video lessons on how to pick on the F scale will show you just where you need to pick and it provides you with the audio you need so you can be sure it sounds right. It’s quite simple to pick the F scale.
If you hope to become a master of the ukulele, you need to become a master of the scales first. In fact, learning scales will make you a better musician no matter what you are playing. Everyone needs to learn the scales, as it provides you with a better knowledge of your fretboard and where to find all of the notes that you might need while playing. It’s easier than you might imagine, and it happens to be a great way to practice.
You will start to play this scale on the C string, which you will play open. You will then hold the C string’s second fret, play an open E string, then play first fret on the E string, the third fret on the E string, an open A string, the first fret on the A string, the third fret on the A string, the fifth fret on the A string, the seventh fret on the A string, the eighth fret on the A string, the tenth fret on the A string and finally you will play the twelfth fret on the A string.
Now that you’ve gone all the way up the scale, you need to make sure that you can get back down again. This lesson on the F scale covers that as well. However, we’ve added how to do it here for you too.
When you are doing down the scale, start on the twelfth fret of the A string, proceed to the A string’s tenth fret, then the eighth fret on A, followed by the seventh A fret, then the fight on the A, then the third on the A string, and the first fret on the A string. Play an open A, then the third fret on the E string, the first fret on the E string, an open E, the second fret of the C string, and then an open C to finish it off. It’s really quite simple, and the ukulele video lesson for how to pick on the F scale will be a huge help.Return to Home Page
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