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get to know ukulele fretboard

Get to Know

Ukulele Fretboard

know the names of your open strings

Know the Names of Your Open Strings

The number of tones in the music is 12

and the twelfth fret notes get repeated in

those of the open strings. Therefore

memorizing the names of the open strings

is important because in this way you will

be able to understand one-twelfth of the

48 notes easily.

importance of 5th and 7th notes

Importance of 5th and 7th Notes

Both the open strings and the notes are the

ones that appear across all the four strings

besides a single fret. Similarly, following the

fifth and seventh notes, you would get to

know ukulele fretboard.

five is c fad and seven is dogbone

Five is C-FAD and Seven is


You will surely learn one-quarter of the notes

by playing and saying it aloud.

sharp and flat notes

Sharp and Flat Notes

A, B, C, D, E, F, and G are the notes which are not

followed by this pattern. You should understand

that the note A is proceeded by A# making it a

sharp note. The important thing to remember is

that the flat notes work backward, meaning one

fret back. A is your A-flat or A B which is also

known as G-sharp because it is one fret up from