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← Ukulele Lesson 3 - Uke Open Chords: A Amin A7 D Dmin D7 E Emin E7 (UK-003)

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  1. Hey, how you're doing. Justin here
    for another Ukulele Lesson.
  2. Today we will be checkin out the
    rest of your open chord grips
  3. So another nine chords today
    we'll be looking at.
  4. These ones are slightly harder than the
    open chords that we looked at last time
  5. But not much. Well some of them are.
    Some of them are a bit easier
  6. But a couple of them
    are a little bit trickier
  7. Make sure you got these other
    chords well under your fingers first
  8. Before you start to look at these ones.
  9. And let's go to a close-up,
    show how to play them.
  10. The first chord were going to look at
    today is an A-chord and its variations.
  11. So starting with "A" we start with the
  12. 2nd finger in the 2nd fret of string 4
  13. then we put 1st finger, 1st fret of string 3,
  14. the other two strings are open so
  15. 2nd fret,
  16. 1st fret
  17. open, open
  18. (Plays A-chord)
  19. Very, very easy chord this one.
  20. Next one is one that we looked at
    in the intro to Uke-Playing lesson.
  21. We just lift off the the first finger and
    we got our A-minor chord.
  22. O.K. that's 2nd fret, open, open, open
  23. (Plays A-minor-chord)
  24. Doesn't matter what finger again
  25. Start with the second finger but it
    really could be any finger
  26. It doesn't really make much difference.
  27. And the last one of the "A"s ist the A7th
  28. Now we just got the 1st finger
    in the 1st fret of the 3rd string
  29. Open,1st fret, open, open
  30. You may certainly all be using
    your first finger for this but
  31. you could try other fingers if you
    thought it was gonna be easier
  32. (Plays A7th-chord)
  33. Okay, so that's an A-chord.
    Very, very funky little chord
  34. Okay, let's move on to E-chord.
  35. Now, E is a little bit difficult.
  36. Not difficult, not terribly difficult.
  37. But a little bit tricky.
  38. So we got 1st finger, 1st fret
    of the 4th string
  39. then little finger is going in the
    4th fret of the 3rd string
  40. and 2nd finger is going in the
    2nd fret of the 1st string
  41. and the 2nd string is open.
  42. So, 1st fret, 4th fret, open, 2nd fret.
  43. (Plays E-chord)
  44. Feels a little bit awkward this
    shaping for guitar players
  45. This is not a kind of a
    common guitar-shape.
  46. If you're new to it, you might find it a little difficulty
  47. getting the little finger to jump
    over to that chord.
  48. So that the little finger to the 4th fret there.
  49. Not particularly difficult in
    the grand scheme of things.
  50. It's a bit more awkward than some of
    those that we've looked at so far
  51. But it's a very important chord - E-chord
  52. O.K. Lets look at E-minor now.
  53. Quite alot easier actually
  54. So we've got nothing on the 4th string
  55. 3rd finger on the 4th fret
    of the 3rd string
  56. 2nd finger, 3rd fret of the 2nd string
  57. and 1st finger in the 2nd fret
    of the 1st string
  58. That is our E-minor chord.
  59. You could use other fingers
    but this is probably the one
  60. that you will start off most of the time.
  61. and that's E-minor.
  62. O.K. Now we look at E7th
  63. This is 1st finger 1st fret
    of the 4th string
  64. 2nd finger 2nd fret of the 3rd string
  65. open second string
  66. and 3rd finger going down
    in the 2nd fret of the 1st string
  67. (Plays E7th-chord)
  68. This is a really common Uke-grip
  69. So this is a good one to learn.
  70. Now, guitar-players might find it easier to
  71. play it like it was kind of the
    top part of a B7th-chord
  72. using the 1st finger and then
    the 3rd finger and the little finger
  73. Most commonly I think it's playing using fingers 1, 2 and 3
  74. Most of these grips, you know, you
    can change the fingering round.
  75. It's all relatively simple.
  76. So that would be our "E"-chords.
  77. Now last thing we're looking at "D"-chords
  78. Now D-major chord means that we have to get
  79. Three fingers all wedged into the 2nd fret
  80. It's a little bit awkward
  81. 2nd finger 2nd fret of the 4th string,
  82. 3rd finger 2nd fret of the 3rd string,
  83. little finger 2nd fret of the 2nd string.
  84. 2nd fret, 2nd fret, 2nd fret, open.
  85. (Plays D-chord)
  86. Again it's a really common chord.
  87. It's just a little bit tricky.
  88. It's getting your fingers to cram in there
  89. You could use fingers 1, 2 and 3.
  90. But I really struggle with that to
    try and get my fingers in there.
  91. You could use the kind of an "A"-grip
    that I teach in the beginner's course.
  92. That's using the 2nd finger on
    the 2nd fret of string 4,
  93. 1st finger underneath on the
    2nd fret of the 3rd string
  94. and then 3rd finger on the
    2nd fret of the 2nd string.
  95. It feels quite difficult because
    those fingers are a lot bigger.
  96. I'd highly recommend in that
    instant using fingers 2, 3, 4.
  97. But again you might try some other stuff.
  98. I see some guys doing this as a little bar
  99. You can get away with that some times
    using 2nd, 2nd, 2nd fret, open
  100. but you have to find your
    right length of bar there.
  101. Which can be a little bit tricky.
  102. I tend to play it like this myself, it's
    up to you to find what works for you
  103. Now the minor chord D-minor.
  104. To guitar players it looks
    a little bit like A-minor.
  105. we've got 2nd fret, 2nd fret,
    1st fret, open
  106. 2nd finger in the 2nd fret of the 4th string
  107. 3rd finger 2nd fret of the 3rd string
  108. and 1st finger 1st fret of the 2nd string.
  109. (Plays D-minor)
  110. That's D-minor.
  111. And lastly we got D7th, nice and
    easy one to finish off with.
  112. 2nd finger, 2nd fret of the 4th string
  113. open 3rd string
  114. 3rd finger, 2nd fret, 2nd string
  115. and then open first string.
  116. (Plays D7th-chord)
  117. Again you could be changing the fingering
    around it wouldn't really matter
  118. Fingers 2 and 3 are those that I tend to
    use most often with this particular grip
  119. So now you should know all of the
    common open chord grips.
  120. For the major, minor and
    dominant seventh chords
  121. I'm shure some of you are probably
    wondering what happened to B.
  122. Cause we'd looked at C-major, D-major,
    E-major, F-major, G-major, A-major but not B
  123. Well B is kind of like a little bar-chord,
  124. it's a little trickier and it's a
    moveable chord shape.
  125. So that's something that we're going to be
    looking at in a future lesson
  126. But we're not going to be
    looking at it just yet.
  127. Big important things to do here:
  128. One, check out the chords relationships
    and make shure that your
  129. playing like, you know, D and Dmin and D7
    and see how they are similar.
  130. That will really help you remember them
  131. And also really important is that you .
    put them to use by learning some songs
  132. Can't stress this enough, it's really
  133. the best way to go about learning
    your new chords is to
  134. put them into a song rightaway.
  135. So find some songs that are using
    the chords that you already know
  136. and just one or two of the new ones.
  137. See if you can blend them together a
    little bit and get them under your fingers
  138. Cause that's the way to go about
    learning your chords
  139. Not to just try and learn hundreds of
    chords that you are never going to use.
  140. That's a real waste of time, you know,
    that's to be avoided.
  141. Learn the chords that you need to play
    the songs that you want to play.
  142. That's what you want to be after
  143. Hope you have fun with all of
    those new chords
  144. and I'll see you for plenty more guitar-
    and uke-lessons very soon.
  145. Take care of yourselves!
    Bye, Bye!