There are often several different ways to play the same ukulele chord.
In fact, you can search for many of these ukulele chord variations in the Ukulele Tricks Chord Library.
A perfect example of this is the easy-to-play Hawaiian D7 ukulele chord versus the more difficult standard D7 barre chord.
When you play a different variation of a ukulele chord, it’s still the same chord because it has the same notes contained in the chord, but those notes are often rearranged in a different order or in a different octave.
Some variations are easier to play than others.
And some variations create a different timbre or texture to the chord (bright vs. mellow).
But some variations are more preferable than others in certain circumstances.
In this lesson, let’s compare the Hawaiian D7 ukulele chord and the D7 barre chord and figure out which one is the best to use.[Continue Reading...]