This Bruno Mars’ “Count On Me” ukulele tutorial will show you step by step how to play the song by taking you through the notes and the chords required.
In Todd Hobin’s latest instructional video, he teaches us some great guitar hand exercises by using the chromatic scale. This is teach you how to properly hold your guitar in the correct position while gaining strength in your fingers . This basic tutorial is great for any beginners who aren’t sure where to start with the guitar and having trouble with the basics. Anyone looking to strengthen their fingers and move them properly needs to watch this video. So what are you waiting for, grab your guitar, star the video, and start making music!
Joel Daruvalla breaks down Bob Marley’s One Love on his YouTube channel easyuketuts. He slowly takes you through the song as he goes step by step showing each chord. Complete beginners can walk away from this video knowing how to play Bob Marley, but don’t just take our word for it. Check out the video below and see for yourself.
Joel Daruvalla explains how you can play one of the most popular Beatles songs on the ukulele. His “Here Comes The Sun” tutorial is a beginners guide that allows pros and newbies alike to enjoy. His simplistic “how to” guide explains every note and chord needed to perform the song. So grab your uk’, watch the video below, and get playing!
So, here I am driving my car on Cambridge Street like I do 3 times a day in my town. My radio is on and I am listening to a top 40 station outside of Boston when a song comes on that I have never heard. The man’s voice astounds me and I am transported in another way entirely. It’s such a beautiful ballad and I need to find out who is singing it.
Do you long to accompany yourself on the piano but don’t know where to start? Well, here’s some great news. You don’t need to be able to read any music at all to do it! Really. You do need to understand how to play some basic chords. But once you know some major and minor chords, you can use this rhythm pattern with both hands to play lots of up- tempo songs.
Jim Oshinsky believes that every musician should improvise from the start, but that’s not usually the case.