Have you ever wondered how to make any chord across the ukulele fretboard?
All it takes is some simple ukulele chord theory.
A lot of ukulele players don’t realize there isn’t just one way to play a single chord on the ukulele. You can play chords in multiple positions and places on the fretboard.
Sometimes when playing the ukulele you want to find a way to add variety to the sound. Playing chords in different positions is a great way to do this.
In today’s intermediate-level lesson, you take the first step to being able to play any major, minor and diminished chord across the ukulele fretboard by tapping into the power of a three-note chord called the triad.
You start off today by learning the G major triad in three positions: root position, first inversion, and second inversion.