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Jack M.
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Pittsburgh, PA
Post #: 9
THe following web site is a uke chord finder. You will need to look for the pitch pipe on the right side and beneath it select soprano or tenor "C" if you're in standard tuning. If you click on the pick below the uke it will play the chord you've selected. You may also click on the strings to form a chord and it will show you what that chord is and you can strum it to hear what it sounds like. Click on the string at the nut to clear it.


http://www.ukulele.nl...­

On the left side of the page is a play-along site for a lot of music from YouTube. Enjoy!

Another thing that I found about this page is if you select a chord and keep clicking on that chord it will show all the different fingerings for that chord.

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