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Learn to play custom ukulele

Learn to play custom ukulele

Music
Custom ukulele - When first learning how to play a musical instrument with no musical experience, trying to learn how to read music itself, let alone the actual instrument, turns many people away. Although it’s actually been around for hundreds of years, the use of custom ukulele seems to have been revolutionized by the internet. For a beginner custom ukulele player however, being told to play a 3-2-0-0-0-3 is a lot more understandable than being told to play a G chord. But to some, even that seems confusing at first, so here are the basics to learning how to read the tabs. A Little Background on Tabs The word tablature itself, originates from the Latin word for table, tablature, simply means to put something into a table, which, essentially, is what custom ukulele tabs are. L...
Ukulele tips – Play more Christmas songs on ukulele scales

Ukulele tips – Play more Christmas songs on ukulele scales

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Ukulele tips: Usually guitarists ukulele players play these five holiday songs - Silent Night, The First Noel, Bring a Torch Jeanette Isabella, Felíz Navidad, and Good King Wenceslas using the five popular ukulele scales or chords; G, C, D7, D, and Em. The ukulele players also add sometimes ukulele scales or chords of A7, Am, Bm, and B7 to play the seven Christmas songs; Away in a Manger, Oh Christmas Tree, Go, Tell It on the Mountain, Oh Come, Oh Come, Emanuel, Deck the Halls, We Three Kings, and We Wish You a Merry Christmas. Now, here in the Ukulele tips we will discuss just the four new ukulele scales or chords of G7, A, E, and F players can raise their holiday repertoir to eighteen songs by adding the carols, The Little Drummer Boy, Jingle Bells, What Child Is This?, Angels ...