8 "Clickable" Ukulele Chords for Beginners
Want a really simple way to learn beginner ukulele chords?
Check out the clickable chord diagrams below.
If you click them in the order shown, you’ll see super easy songs that get harder and harder.
These songs were collected from some of the biggest ukulele/guitar sites online. And they're now in a search engine that helps you quickly find music - using whatever chords you want.
Try it yourself.
In the search engine below, plug in whatever chords you already know. And discover what easy songs you can play.
Why Start with These Beginner Chords?
You can learn ukulele chords in any order you want. But the sequence above maximizes the number of songs to choose from whenever you add a new ukulele chord to your practice.
You can test this out yourself using the Next Best Chord feature.
The chord order above also has the added benefit of simplicity. The first few chords (C, F, and G) use 1, 2, and 3 fingers respectively. And this helps you ease into playing as a beginner.
But you don't have to start with C major. For a complete list of different entry points, check out:
Looking for Other Ukulele Chord Diagrams?
If you’re looking for a specific ukulele chord by name, click any of the links below to see a glossary of beginner chord diagrams for:
- Major Ukulele Chords (e.g. A)
- Minor Ukulele Chords (e.g. Am)
- Dominant 7th Ukulele Chords (e.g. A7)
- Minor 7th Ukulele Chords (e.g. Am7)
For even more ukulele diagrams (including for augmented, diminished, and suspended chords) check out UkuChords.
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Thanks for reading. And happy strumming.