Jun 25, 2024

TOP 5 Fingerpicking Patterns for the Ukulele

These are the patterns to start with...

TOP 5 Fingerpicking Patterns for the Ukulele

I show you how to play them and use them step-by-step.

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Here we dive into fingerpicking patterns with a brand new series - in each video we look at 5 patterns - each 5 more complex than the previous.

The first 5 are the most common and the ones you should start with, they make great exercises for fingerpicking and fingerstyle, and can be used to fingerpick any song - song examples available.

GRAB THE PDFs (10 total pages - for Patreon members) where I use these in chord progressions, give you some some bonus patterns and some examples of them used in songs!

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NOTES: 'Arpeggio’ means the notes are played in succession, either ascending or descending – and with reentrant tuning these would not be ascending or descending – going straight up or down – but with a low G they would officially be arpeggios...

I’ll still refer to this as a basic arpeggio.


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Check out my chord related books below. Create beautiful chord progressions in any key and learn to simplify any chord.


Secrets of the Chord Chain: Major and Minor Chord Progressions for the Ukulele


Secrets of the Chord Chain: Major and Minor Chord Progressions for the Ukulele

I wish I had books like this when I started playing!

Would have saved me years of frustration.

The great new is you can have them now—In the books I unlock the mysteries of great chord progressions for you and make it so simple to understand that you will be able to create beautiful music right away! 

Everything you need to play stunning chord progressions in any key and to fully understand how chord progressions are created and where they come from is here.




Ukulele Chord Tricks: Simplify Any Chord


Ukulele Chord Tricks: Simplify Any Chord

Ever wished there was an easier way to make the E chord, or the D chord? Are you wondering if there's a way to avoid or simplify barre chords?

There is! This book will solve all of your chord problems...

Any chord can be simplified - in this book I walk you through how to do it with many tricks that the pros know and use all the time!

Get your paperback on Amazon: Ukulele Chord Tricks - Simplify Any Chord (this leads to the book on amazon and you can preview quite a few pages to check it out)

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Get just one chapter: E Chord and Progression TricksE Minor Chord and Progression Tricks; two chapters (they go together): Triads & Accompaniment Patterns Some of these are available FREE to patreon members.



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