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10 Most Important Ukulele Chords

Written by Terry

Playing a song on ukulele is really a fun activity. There are many artists who can play almost any song on the ukulele. This is because of their knowledge about the instrument and the hard work they have put in to achieve this knowledge. No doubt, there is no alternative to the hard work and experience but there are certain chord progressions which are used in most of the songs with slight variations. By learning these progressions, it will be easy for you to learn to play new songs.


Here are some of the common chords you should know as a ukulele player:

1.    C major

2.    A minor

3.    F major

4.    G major

5.    A major

6.    E minor

7.    D minor

8.    F#/Gb minor

9.    D major

10.    E major

These are some of the most common ukulele chords that you should know before following up any chord progression. Learning them is very easy if you show some dedication. It is always good to learn them from a good teacher. A teacher knows how to start from the fundamentals.

If you are looking for a tutor and not finding one in your locality then the best way to learn is switching to E-learning mode. There are many teachers online who can teach you as a beginner or as an advanced player. Uke Like The Pros is one of the best sites to learn the basics of the ukulele. They have unique teaching methods which can help you in achieving your goals and play any chord progression you like. Moreover, there are other courses available also which focuses on the particular lessons of learning. The Uke Like The Pros not only provide the courses for the beginners but also for the advanced ukulele players who want to brush up their skills.

About the author



Terry is a San Diego based ukulelist, guitarist, and songwriter. Through his 25 years he has worked with some of finest musicians on the planet.Terry is the creator of Uke Like The Pros and Rock Like The Pros, online instructional sites aimed at helping people become better ukulele and guitar players.

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