This is a terrific intermediate ukulele tutorial by ukuelenny of Into the Mystic by Van Morrison. You’ll find instructions for the ukulele chords and strumming patterns of this fun song to play. Happy strumming!
Time to learn Kokomo by the “Beach Boys,” on the Ukulele. This chord progression has a lot of really cool things going on. The I chord (C) goes to a Imaj7 (Cmaj7) to get a really nice island breeze type of vibe and the IV chord (F) moves to a iv (Fm) which was a classic trick of guys at the time, something you will see the Beatles and David Bowie do a lot of us well. They also have a vm7 (Gm7) and a V7 (G7) in the same song! Crazy! Making it a lot of fun to play and a lot of fun to sing on Ukulele. This is just a great Ukulele song, and we are going to teach you how to play Kokomo on the Ukulele in under 10 minutes! Have fun and keep on learning on playing Ukulele.
The Ukulele Teacher teaches us the Hozier song Take Me to Church with this terrific ukulele tutorial. There are seven ukulele chords in this song – Em, Am G, D, C, Cm, and B7. It’s an easy, nice and slow strumming pattern with a simple single downstroke for the strumming pattern to start off with. A great song to learn especially if you are just beginning with bar chords. Happy strumming!
This very easy beginner ukulele tutorial is for the song You Are My Sunshine. With just three chords, – C, F, and G, you can get started playing the ukulele right away. In this ukulele tutorial, the chords and strumming patterns are displayed right on the screen. There is also a link to a more complex version linked in the comments section once you have mastered the easier version. Happy strumming!
This is a terrific ukulele tutorial from Nicky’s Uke Tutes teaching you how to play Steven Universe The Crystal Gems ukulele chords in this ukulele tutorial. She give you two options for playing the song in two different keys using a capo for the second option. The chords charts are displayed on the screen which makes it easy to learn and play along. A very detailed ukulele tutorial, thanks Nicky!