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bobyman122
10-23-2010, 05:11 PM
i have been looking and looking for a chart or some sort of reference point to learn second position uke chords.. someone help!

janeray1940
10-23-2010, 05:21 PM
Right here: second position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Secondpositionchords.html#SIXTH%20PAGE) and third position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Thirdpositionchords.html#SEVENTH%20PAGE). Or if you want to print them out, these (http://liveukulele.com/chords/) are in PDF format.

I'd also recommend picking up a copy of Roy Sakuma's Treasury of Ukulele Chords (http://www.amazon.com/Treasury-Ukulele-Chords-Roy-Sakuma/dp/0966289706) if you can.

Hippie Dribble
10-23-2010, 06:42 PM
Right here: second position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Secondpositionchords.html#SIXTH%20PAGE) and third position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Thirdpositionchords.html#SEVENTH%20PAGE). Or if you want to print them out, these (http://liveukulele.com/chords/) are in PDF format.

I'd also recommend picking up a copy of Roy Sakuma's Treasury of Ukulele Chords (http://www.amazon.com/Treasury-Ukulele-Chords-Roy-Sakuma/dp/0966289706) if you can.

2nding Jane's recommendation of Roy Sakuma's "Treasury of Ukulele Chords"!!! Great, exhaustive reference for a lifetime of uke playing!

bobyman122
10-23-2010, 06:53 PM
thanks guys, i well deffinitley eat this up. mahalo

bigchiz
01-23-2012, 08:25 AM
Right here: second position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Secondpositionchords.html#SIXTH%20PAGE) and third position (http://www.ukulelestrummers.com/Thirdpositionchords.html#SEVENTH%20PAGE). Or if you want to print them out, these (http://liveukulele.com/chords/) are in PDF format.

I'd also recommend picking up a copy of Roy Sakuma's Treasury of Ukulele Chords (http://www.amazon.com/Treasury-Ukulele-Chords-Roy-Sakuma/dp/0966289706) if you can.

Just ordered the book. Looking forward to some exercises and moving around the neck. During the beginners portion of our semi-monthly local jam I want to focus on playing the C, F, G, D, E, A and Bb chords out of first position.

Thanks!

Kanaka916
01-23-2012, 09:05 AM
I favor the charts from Live Ukulele (http://liveukulele.com/chords/) where it shows the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions on one page. It's also broken down by Major, Minor, Minor 7th and so on. It's already in PDF and all you gotta do is download 'em. Also +1 for the Roy Sakuma chord book.

barefootgypsy
08-23-2012, 11:20 AM
I favor the charts from Live Ukulele (http://liveukulele.com/chords/) where it shows the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions on one page. It's also broken down by Major, Minor, Minor 7th and so on. It's already in PDF and all you gotta do is download 'em. I second that - just been looking at them and printed them off - I wanted the different chord positions, to learn some - I thought Brad's site was great!