You must be very musical. Listen to all instruments. Don’t look at what each instrument is playing. Just follow what they are doing. Listen to your heart.
Why learn ukulele chords?
The Ukulele is a very versatile instrument that sounds great in many different kinds of settings. Here are some of the common situations that it is commonly used.
Mixing instruments: A lot of musicians mix guitar, bass, and banjo, so a good way to learn the ukulele is to play these parts together. This gives the guitar a good and warm sound.
Bassist: Another common scenario is when you want to combine two instruments to make the mix sound bigger. So I would recommend learning the ukulele, bass, and lead guitar together in that order to really get to know where you should be playing each part.
Bassist/Guitarist/Vocals: This is very similar to bass player/vocalist. You can always make the ukulele sound bigger by playing the bass with no bass, and the guitar with bass, and still sound bigger. You only need to make the ukulele bigger if you can play the two parts together.
Here are some other examples.
Bassist: Guitar/banjo/drums/lead guitar: Mixing these things together can give you a very big sound.
Bassist/Vocals: Guitar/bass/banjo: Mixing these things together can give a really big sound.
Mixing ukulele/basses together. I recommend doing this if you are going to solo. I don’t like to solo, but this gives you a really big sound. You can even change the arrangement to make the ukulele sound more natural.
What instruments should you learn to create music?
Now that you are all together in one room learning ukulele chords, it’s time to think how you all are going to make music together, and how you need to get some good ideas. First thing you need to decide are your instruments.
Here are some guitar songs that I think are great examples of what the ukulele can create. I’m assuming you are only playing one instrument at a time here.
Do you want to learn ukulele chords and play guitar?
Listen to these guitar songs. If you would really