Am Ukulele Chord – How To Play A Minor

Am Ukulele Chord – How To Play A Minor

If you’re just getting started with learning your chords on the ukulele, then Am is a great place to begin your journey. Even as a beginner, you should be able to pick up and play this chord without too much trouble.

And since there are many songs in the keys of C and Am, you’ll find plenty of occasions on which to apply this chord to your playing too.

In this guide, we’ll show you, step by step, how to play Am on the ukulele.

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Gm Ukulele Chord – How To Play G Minor

Gm Ukulele Chord - How To Play G Minor

As you’re first getting started on the ukulele, Gm will probably be one of the first of 10 or so open chords you will learn. It’s not the hardest, not the easiest, somewhere in between.

If you’ve been struggling so far, don’t worry – we’ll walk you through the process, step by step.

Here’s how to play the Gm ukulele chord.

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Fm Ukulele Chord – How To Play F Minor

Fm Ukulele Chord – How To Play F Minor

Ready to try your hand at the Fm ukulele chord?

If you’ve got a few open chords under your belt, then you should be able to pick this one up too. It is recommended that you focus on easier chords (like C, D, F, G, and A) first and foremost, but it’s always good to push yourself and take things to the next level too.

In this guide, we’ll show you exactly how to play the F minor chord on your ukulele.

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Em Ukulele Chord – How To Play E Minor

Em Ukulele Chord – How To Play E Minor

The Em chord is an essential, especially if you’re playing songs in the keys of Em and G.

But how do you play it? For beginners it can be a little confusing.

Don’t worry because you’ve landed yourself in the right place. In this guide, we show you exactly how to play the Em ukulele chord, the easy way.

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Dm Ukulele Chord – How To Play D Minor

Dm Ukulele Chord

Learning chords is quite possibly one of the easiest ways to become a better ukulele player and learn more songs.

While some beginners and students find chords easy to pick up, it can take a little longer for. There’s no right or wrong – practice is par for the course, no matter how developed your instinct may be.

In this guide, we’ll be looking specifically at the D minor chord and how to play it. You should have it mastered by the end of this guide if you put in the work.

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Cm Ukulele Chord – How To Play C Minor

Cm Ukulele Chord

If it’s time for you to learn the Cm chord, it probably means you’ve come across the chord and didn’t know how to play it, or the song you’re currently learning utilizes the chord and you’re not sure how to approach it.

Either way, it will be necessary to pick up most chords at some point. Cm isn’t the easiest chord of the bunch, but not the hardest either. Of course, there are some things you should know as you look to learn how to play it.

In this guide, we cover how to play C minor on the ukulele.

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Bm Ukulele Chord – How To Play B Minor

Bm Ukulele Chord

Some chords are harder than others.

The Bm chord is one that can prove a little challenging, especially if you’re only used to playing open chords and have no experience with barre chords yet.

Don’t worry, though, because in this guide, we’ll show you how to play Bm on ukulele.

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8 Best Ukulele Chord Progressions Ever

Ukulele Chord Progressions

Chord progressions form the foundation of every song you can think of! And while songs can take many forms, and some are little more than single note melodies, chords nevertheless end up being outlined and implied in the music, because of the song’s key signature and instrumentation. What does that mean? In simple terms, it … Read more

How to Read Ukulele Chord Diagrams for Beginners

How to Read Ukulele Chord Diagrams for Beginners

There comes a point where each beginner ukulele player realizes they need to learn to read chord diagrams. Afterall, these can help you play some of the most beautiful songs you can imagine. So how can you read ukulele chord diagrams?

When you are first starting, imagine the chord chart as the front of your ukulele. When facing it, you will notice that the diagram outlines a shape similar to the fretboard. From there, you can start to infer what certain notations may be and where your fingers should be placed.

It is no secret that musical notation can be complicated, especially if you are a beginner. Even with an initial, base understanding of what you are looking at, you may still find yourself a little lost. What does a ukulele diagram really notate? Where do your fingers go? We will break down each part of the diagram and how to read it so you can learn with ease.

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