If you’re interested in learning scales on your ukulele, and you should be, where better to start than the easiest scale of all? The minor pentatonic scale.
The minor pentatonic scale is the easiest scale to learn because it contains just five notes, and we can all learn five notes right?Continue reading
Do you ever get to that point where you’ve been playing through the first part of a song and then suddenly you hit a sticking point? Your timing has been bang on but you just can’t make the next chord change in time. It happens to everyone. Here’s the quickest way to speed up your chord changes… Continue reading
Today we’re going to learn how to play Mad World by Tears For Fears, or Gary Jules if you’re not a big 80s fan (shame on you).Continue reading
Learn how to play the YouTube smash Can’t Help Falling in Love by Twenty One Pilots on ukulele in this easy to follow lesson with strumming pattern and chord boxes to help you learn.
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Most beginners struggle with being able to switch chords and keep a steady tempo at some point. In this post, we’ll take a look at a technique to switch your fingering to speed things up.Continue reading
Campanella is a style of playing ukulele that attempts to get multiple notes ringing out at the same time – a little like bells. Campanella actually means ‘Little Bell’.
I recently found this rather beautiful rendition of the song Zelda’s Lullaby on Steven Laity’s Youtube channel. I got in touch with Steven and he very kindly provided the tab to his arrangement…
Getting to grips with the blues scale on ukulele is a great way to add a little improvisation to your routine. It’s nice to get a little free with your playing from time to time and just do what you like. Let’s take a look at the blues scale to get you started.
Today we’re going to learn how to play Twenty One Pilot’s smash House of Gold on your ukulele. It’s quite a simple song that belts along at a fair old pace so make sure your strumming arm is limbered up. Let’s get to it.Continue reading