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1300cc
11-27-2012, 07:45 PM
where can i find alternate position of each chord upto to the 12 fret. e.g. where can i find another form of A chord in a higher note

zac987
11-27-2012, 09:13 PM
Here's a good website that shows you the notes as well as the positions. This way, you can learn what notes make up a chord and figure it out yourself after a while.

http://www.ezfolk.com/uke/chords/A_major/a_major.html

anthonyg
11-27-2012, 09:47 PM
Here's my favourite chord finder,

http://www.ukulele.nl/chordfinder.php

Keep on clicking on the chord you want for alternative positions.

Anthony

1300cc
11-27-2012, 10:46 PM
thank you guys, this is exactly what im looking for

Uncle Rod Higuchi
11-28-2012, 05:27 AM
in book form, check out Roy Sakuma's Treasury of Ukulele Chords. (English or Japanese! - just saying :) )

If you will carefully observe the forms of the chords from nut to 12th fret, you will see a pattern that may help you to remember how to form the same chords in sequence.

for example:

F can be formed at 2012; then 5553; then 5558; then 10-988 or 'F' shape, 'E' shape, 'D' shape, and 'Bb' shape.

C would be 0003 ('D' shape including the nut); 5433 ('Bb' shape); 9787 ('F' shape).

keep uke'in',

1300cc
11-28-2012, 10:00 PM
in book form, check out Roy Sakuma's Treasury of Ukulele Chords. (English or Japanese! - just saying :) )

If you will carefully observe the forms of the chords from nut to 12th fret, you will see a pattern that may help you to remember how to form the same chords in sequence.

for example:

F can be formed at 2012; then 5553; then 5558; then 10-988 or 'F' shape, 'E' shape, 'D' shape, and 'Bb' shape.

C would be 0003 ('D' shape including the nut); 5433 ('Bb' shape); 9787 ('F' shape).

keep uke'in',
uncle rod, i will be bringing your ukulele boot camp to burma this january and teach ukulele

Cornfield
11-29-2012, 02:34 AM
Very handy site http://ukebuddy.com/

coolkayaker1
11-29-2012, 02:41 AM
I use the quintessential Roy Sakuma, too.

That Uke Buddy site is awesome. Thank you.