"Beyond the Third Fret - Movable Chords Made Easy" Workshop with Gerald Ross
One look at the number of chords typically found in a ukulele chord dictionary is enough to make anyone want to throw in the towel and quit. It looks like thousands! Do you really need to learn all those chords? The answer is a definite no!
But if you don't learn all the chords how will play in all the keys? How will you quickly play an A flat chord, a C sharp minor or a B minor? And what if the singer decides to sing in the key of E flat?
Closed position chords to the rescue. These easily fingered "chord shapes" are the chameleon chords of the ukulele. One movable "chord shape" is twelve different chords.
Confident beginner/Intermediate level
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