Easy Ukulele Songs (2)

Picture yourself sitting on a beach with your friends and playing some ukulele songs. Sounds like fun, right?

Or maybe you have a ukulele and you dream of playing nice songs for family and friends when the sun goes down. The only problem is – you don’t know how to play!

If that’s the case, you need to do something about it. You need to learn how to play the ukulele. And that’s why we have these articles to teach you how to play the ukulele step by step.

On our website, we have a lot of useful information and tips for ukulele players. We have 5 articles about songs that you can play with your ukulele, and more articles about things related to the instrument, such as tuning, strumming, rhythm, and chunking. You can find them by following the links. We suggest that you tune your ukulele before you start playing, and try some of our suggestions for easy songs. You will be surprised by how quickly you can learn to play the ukulele and enjoy the sunset as you imagined it. Learning the ukulele is not hard, but you need to start somewhere and practice regularly.

After our post about Beginner Songs

After you have learned some of the beginner songs for the ukulele, you can challenge yourself with some other songs that are not too complicated. To do that, you should learn some new chords that will expand your repertoire. For example, you can learn these chords if you don’t already know them: G, Em and Am. These chords are very common in many songs, and they are easy to play on the ukulele. (You can find the chords at this link.)

If you have already practiced our suggestions in the previous articles, this is the page where you can find links to some really great songs that use these chords. These songs are from different genres and styles, and they will help you improve your skills and have fun with your ukulele.

Links from the web to Easy Ukulele Songs.

If you want to learn 30 easy ukulele songs, you can check out this page where they have listed them for you.

You can also find a lot of good tips on this site: Doctor Uke. This site has songs for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players, as well as songs for baritone ukulele.

And if you want to try something different, you can learn 37 Easy melodies for beginners. These melodies are from famous songs, movies, and TV shows, and they are fun to play.

Free songs and songbooks: We have also collected a lot of links to free songs and songbooks with lyrics and chords. You can find them by following this link. Go to the next post: Popular songs!

When you have learned some nice songs, you can move on to learning how to chunk. This is a technique that will make your playing sound faster and smoother. It will also take your playing to a new level and impress your audience.

To learn how to chunk, you can read our post/article about it!

In our post about rhythm you can learn all types of music genres. Go to the link.

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And this is a link to other books, if you cannot buy them locally.

Tips for learning Easy Ukulele Songs

The ukulele is an easy instrument to play. You don’t need to learn a lot of chords to play the ukulele. Instead, you can start with some simple chords and some songs that use them. This is a better approach than trying to learn a complicated song that you like but don’t know how to play.

To show you how easy it is, we have found an amazing video that teaches you how to play 10 songs with just 4 simple chords (C G Am F). You can watch the video below and follow along:

What about Blues?

If you are interested in playing some easy blues, you can check out these two videos that are a nice place to start.

Blues is a genre of music that originated in the African American communities of the United States. It is characterized by expressive vocals, call and response patterns, and a distinctive chord progression.

To play the blues, you need to learn some chords. In the first video, you will learn the chords A, A7, D7 and E7.

Here you have some more blues 🙂

In the next video, you will learn the four chords: G, G7, C7 and D7. These chords are also known as dominant seventh chords, and they create a bluesy sound. And you can use this simple strumming pattern: DDU-UDU. This pattern adds some rhythm and groove to your playing.

What’s next?

If you are ready for more songs, you can check out our next post about Poplar Songs. In this post, you will also find a lot of free songs and songbooks that you can download and enjoy.

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