Ukulele Sisters’ Easy Chord Guide
What’s in the Chord Guide?
How would you like to have a great resource for learning chords right at your fingertips? Something that would teach you both how to read chord stamps and show you how to hold your hand?
Well, look no further! Our “Easy Chord Guide” will be available for a limited time.
When I was first learning ukulele, I felt overwhelmed with all the different chords. The chord charts were confusing because there were too many chords on them. I would see all those dots, but I wasn’t sure what to do with my hand. And sometimes there was more than one version of a chords.
A great resource for learning chords right at your fingertips
Something that will teach you both how to read chord stamps and show you how to hold your hand.
We’ll teach you 20 chords of the most commonly used ukulele chords. We’ll show you how to read the chord shapes with a picture of a person’s hand and the chord stamp next to it. Where there are a couple of different easy ways you can play a chord, we’ll give you two choices. The chords are in alphabetical order, so they are easy to find.
Chords in “The Ukulele Sister’s Easy Chord Guide”
A, A7, A Minor
B, B Minor
C, C7, C maj7
D, D7 (two ways) D Minor
E (two ways) E7, E Minor (two ways)
F, F Minor
G, G7, G Minor
The visual presentation is beautiful and easy to understand
We write the chord stamps both vertically and horizontally. That way you can see what the chord looks like when you’re looking at your hand. Here is what one of the chords looks like in “The Ukulele Sisters’ Easy Chord Guide.”
But don’t take my word for it. Look at what some of our customers have had to say:
One of the best things about this chord guide is it includes pictures of someone with their hand on the uke in the different chords. For beginners, a picture goes a long way especially if you are new to playing a musical instrument
I am very impressed by the Ukulele Sisters’ Easy Chord Guide. It’s a great idea to have the large chord stamps in two perspectives, (one as a standard view and the other as it appears when playing). The photographs that show the exact finger position are very helpful too. In the beginning, you may find the pictures easier to help you learn the shapes of the chords.
This chord guide has excellent photos of finger placement for chords.