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    Default Lesson Plan

    Hey i'm new to UU and new to the uke, but i don't want to spend money on uke lessons so i was wondering where do i start off. What are the first thing to learn, the second, the third, and so on. Can someone make me a lesson plan that goes from a begginer to an expert?

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    How much are you willin to pay???
    Time is money...
    Ukulele, the most fun I've had being bad at something!!!

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    You might want to try this link http://www.ukeschool.com/instruction.html I would buy a clip on tuner & skip the tuning section though. I hope this helps..

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    Just kidding.....

    Kinda.....

    Go thru the lesson links here and support the site!!!!!
    Ukulele, the most fun I've had being bad at something!!!

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    Here is another helpful link that I like, there used to be a sticky some where here on UU but I cant seem to find it. http://www.sheep-entertainment.nl/ukulele/index.html

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    Firstly get a decent strum going,where your fingers stike all 4 strings and it sounds good,secondly learn some of the major chords and try a few simple songs,then expand from there.

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    Im pretty new myself. Just started playing the 3rd week of september. I used ukeshool.com that Toucan Mango suggested.. that helped out. But I found alot of very helpful and useful threads here in the Ukulele beginners section. Just start going thru the past Posts..

    When I first started, I selected one or two songs I wanted to learn. I focused on being able to hold and switch chords cleanly. Then when I got comfortable with certain chords, I focused on the strum...

    As far as lesson plans.. Here is the link for Aldrine's lessons.

    It keeps me motivated and I think he's Dreammy... uh I mean great teacher

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    Try this site for online instructions and download a chord chart for major chords, print it and use it a reference/study guide.

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    thank you for the chord chart i found one just like it but everytime i printed it out it came out blurry, when i printed this one it was clear, so again thank you

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