Ukulele Chords Lessons
Welcome to the ukulele chord section. Here you will find a collection of all the lessons we have covering specific chords.
The A Minor Chord
In this lesson we will be learning the A minor chord. Also notated as Am or A-
E Major and E Minor Chords
In this lesson we will be learning E major and E minor. Theses two chords shapes are movable shapes. This means you can move them up and down the neck and it will always be a major or minor chord.
Major and Minor Chords
In this lesson we will be studying the difference between Major and Minor chords. Specifically we will be introducing a Dm and Gm chords.
Movable Major and Minor Barre Chord
In this lesson we will be learning an movable Major barre chord based off of the A Major open chord shape. We also learn a movable Minor barre chord based off of the Am open chord shape. Knowing these chords will allow to play any Major or Minor chord.
The A Major Chord
In this lesson we will the A Major Chord and how it relates to the D and G chords.
Dom 7 Chords
In this lesson we will learn a dominant 7 or Dom7 chord in the form of a movable barre chord.
Another minor chord shape
In this lesson we will learn another useful minor chord shape that is movable up and down the neck.
Review of All Minor Chord Shapes
This lesson is a review of all the Minor Chord shapes we discussed so far and how they relate to the open Minor chords.
Review Of All Major Chord Shapes
In this lesson we will be doing a review of all the Major chord shapes we have learned thus far and how they relate to the open chords.
Your First 3 Chords - C, F, and G
In this lesson we will be learning our first 3 chords. C major, F Major and G Major. Chords are made up of 3 or more notes played at the same time.
Major Movable Barre Chord
In this lesson we will learn another type of movable Major Barre Chord. This type is based off of the C major open chord shape. It can easily be moved up the neck to make other major chords
Dom7 Movable Barre Chord
In this lesson we will learn another movable Dom7 Barre Chord.