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JelC50
09-27-2013, 04:23 PM
Not the regular ones that can be found on thousands of sites. On this forum recently, I'm almost positive I saw a post where someone had laid out the chords that can be played up the neck. If you don't understand what I'm saying, I mean how to make a C on the 10th fret, or an F on the 5th ,or a Z chord on the 42 fret. (just examples). I've been looking all afternoon and night, and can't locate it. Any ideas.......

Ukejenny
09-27-2013, 04:30 PM
Is this what you are talking about?

http://ukuleleunderground.com/2008/06/uke-minutes-17-movable-chord-shapes/

Gary52
09-27-2013, 06:33 PM
Maybe this is what you're looking for:
http://www.ezfolk.com/uke/chords/A_major/a_major.html

Kanaka916
09-28-2013, 06:52 AM
Have you tried this one? Ukulele Chordfinder (http://www.ukulele.nl/chordfinder.php) and you can download it and it sits on your desktop . . . Download (http://www.ukulele.nl/download/)

iamesperambient
09-28-2013, 07:39 AM
Not the regular ones that can be found on thousands of sites. On this forum recently, I'm almost positive I saw a post where someone had laid out the chords that can be played up the neck. If you don't understand what I'm saying, I mean how to make a C on the 10th fret, or an F on the 5th ,or a Z chord on the 42 fret. (just examples). I've been looking all afternoon and night, and can't locate it. Any ideas.......


When i started playing guitar when i was about 14 (im 32 now)
I used a mel bay guitar chord book, it was SUPER helpful.
When i got into playing the uke (about 10 years ago)
I bought a mel bay ukulele chord book, it was also very helpful.
The first book i bought when i didn't know much was set up for
D tuning, so i started playing in D than quickly realized that C
was more of the standard now and mel bay demonstrated where
to place my fingers for all of the common and less common (but still used)
chords. I would totally recommend it you could prob get one on amazon
for no more than 10 bucks. Its a nice reference to have too in case you ever
forget a chord.