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How to play the 4 essential chords on the ukulele

Play the 4 Essential Chords on the Ukulele

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To play the C chord, you can place your middle finger on the bottom string, third fret.

To play the C chord, you can place your middle finger on the bottom string, third fret.

To play the G chord, you put your pointer finger on the bottom string, 2nd fret. Then, you put your middle finger on the 2nd string, 2nd fret. Last, place your ring finger on the 3rd string, 3rd fret.

To play the G chord, you put your pointer finger on the bottom string, 2nd fret. Then, you put your middle finger on the 2nd string, 2nd fret. Last, place your ring finger on the 3rd string, 3rd fret.

To play the Am chord, you place your middle finger on the top string, 2nd fret.

To play the Am chord, you place your middle finger on the top string, 2nd fret.

To play the F chord, you place your middle finger on the top string, 2nd fret. Then, you place your pointer finger on the 3rd string, 1st fret.

To play the F chord, you place your middle finger on the top string, 2nd fret. Then, you place your pointer finger on the 3rd string, 1st fret.

Strumming is a skill that becomes easier over time. Practice strumming with your pointer finger and start at the top string and strum down towards the ground.

Strumming is a skill that becomes easier over time. Practice strumming with your pointer finger and start at the top string and strum down towards the ground.

Once, you get comfortable with the single strum, you can move on to more complex strumming techniques.

Once, you get comfortable with the single strum, you can move on to more complex strumming techniques.

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