Hammer-Ons and Pull-Offs are great techniques to master because they add dynamics to your playing, while also cutting down on the picking work required by the right hand.
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The major scale is the parent, or root scale, in which every other scale is derived from. In modes, it is known as the first mode: Ionian.
One of the most popular questions from my adult students is “how do I sound like (insert player)”? Perhaps a better question to ask is, how do you express yourself through the music?
Learn everything you need to be able to read tabs and notation for ukulele.
Learn how to play the riffs for “Sunshine of Your Love”, “Smoke on the Water”, and “Sweet Child O’ Mine” on Ukulele.
Learn how to play a timeless melody from “Here Comes the Bride” on ukulele.
Find out why having a plan is vital to your success in learning ukulele. In this lesson, you will learn how to create a step by step plan that takes you from the beginner to advanced level.
Published on October 7, 2016
In our third episode of ‘Live Lessons’, we will be discussing how to get the most out of your practice time. I will be providing tips on creating a practice guide and the best way to practice the arrangements on Rock Class 101.
Joe Souza, co-founder of Kanile’a ‘Ukulele, stops by to answer 5 questions of which 2 came from you guys!
We received 144 questions, 5 of which were selected by random and answered by Taimane!
A common stylistic approach used in Jazz and Blues Shuffles is to play with a swung rhythm. But, what exactly does it mean to “swing the rhythm”? That’s what we’ll be answering in this lesson.
This lesson will provide 8 exercises to help you learn how to tap a backbeat while you play a melody simultaneously.
Tapping is a technique that was popularized in the ’80’s. This technique adds a unique and flashy characteristic to your playing.
Travis picking, named after Merle Travis, is a repetitive right hand picking pattern where the underlying chords continually change.
The CAGED Method is a popular system used by many guitarists. The same concepts can be applied to ukulele, with one difference… we will be using: CAGFD.