This fun, vintage-esque ukulele song will help develop your rhythm playing.
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Learn two bluegrass tunes that are played entirely with clawhammer technique!
Develop your groove playing by learning this bluesy, 2 chord jam.
In this U-Bass lesson, you will learn 3 lines that can be played over a 12 Bar Blues in G. Each line is at a different level of difficulty (Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced).
Composed in a minor key, this classical piece serves as an excellent study for developing fingerpicking and dynamics.
A traditional Hawaiian song consisting of only 3 chords and a beautiful melody.
Learn to play a unique version of “Amazing Grace” that’s performed entirely with harmonics!
This fingerstyle arrangement pays homage to one of America’s most beloved melodies.
An iconic whistling tune that sounds equally great as a solo ukulele piece.
In our inaugural lesson for baritone ukulele, you’ll learn an enchanting take on a timeless Disney classic. If you do not have a baritone, fear not, as we’ve added a chord melody interlude that’s played with a High G ukulele.
Add some classic blues licks to your repertoire while developing your rhythm playing.
I had a lot of fun arranging this tune! The backbeat (slaps) absolutely make the arrangement stand out.
This arrangement of “Canon” cycles through the form 4 times, giving us 4 variations on the classic song. Think of it this way: The song is 5 chords, played over 4 bars. These 4 bars are repeated 4 times, but played differently each time, thus creating 4 ‘themes’.
This classical composition uses double stops (playing 2 notes at once) to effortlessly carry the melody up and down the neck.
A unique take on a classic Christmas carol.