Need to know how to play ukulele chords? Want them specific to songs you are learning? When you’re first starting out, it’s best to stick to major, minor and 7th chords as they’re the easiest to play. Please download one of these free ukulele chord charts first, and then read on…
Now you’ve got the one that’s relevant to you (use the left handed one, if you’re left handed and want to play left handed, though many people choose to play right, but that’s another story) and then take a look at it.
If you put the headstock to the top of the sheet, by the title of the page, look at the diagrams, next to your fretboard. The blobs in the diagrams show you which bits of the ukulele fretboard to put your fingers on.
Please share this chord chart with others, and make use it yourself. If you want to start putting this into practice by playing songs rather than abstract chords, grab yourself a free songbook, with a few hundred popular songs in it, what are you waiting for? Get yourself along to the Ukulele Wednesdays website and get a copy of their free .pdf book.