Ukulele Chord Progressions
Ukulele chord progressions are something you need to learn. They are fun, enjoyable to listen to, and they make you sound like a good ukulele player. Even if you’re not.
However, if you are good, you can always learn something new. So, this search for new and good-sounding progressions will never stop.
Ukulele chord progressions are the backbone of any song. They create the harmony and mood that you and your listeners can enjoy. Whether you are a beginner or a good ukulele player, we have some tips for you on how to master them. You can read them below and start practicing right away.
What are Ukulele progressions?
When you play ukulele chord progressions, you switch from one chord to another and then repeat the sequence. Usually, you use 3 or 4 chords. These progressions sound great when you play them over and over. You can also apply them to different songs. Some songs use the same progression throughout. For example, La Bamba uses the progression C – F – G7.
In which order shall I learn the Ukulele chord progressions?
First of all, you can start with this because it is easy and useful:
C – F – G7
Then you can try:
A – D – A – E7
D – G – D – A7
C – Am – F – G7
Am – Dm – Am – E7
Dm –I’ve read that some people also call this the saddest chord on the Ukulele:
Dm – A7 – Dm – Gm – Dm – A7 – Dm – A7
Tips for finding Ukulele chord progressions
You can also explore other great ukulele sites on the web to find more good progressions. There are many of them out there.
Besides the ones above, learn some different progressions and have fun. It’s very relaxing to just play some progressions on the ukulele and let your mind wander.
If you want to learn more progressions, you can visit some of these websites. You can also find documents with chords that you can print here:
Circle Of Fifths.
What is the Circle Of Fifths? Well, you can think of it as a musical road map. The Circle Of Fifths is a way to represent the relationship between the 12 tones found in western music.
- You can use the Circle as is to immediately tell you what chords go well together in any specific Key.
- You can use the Circle as a transposing tool.
Read about it at this link to GotAUkulele!
Some more information at these links:
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