One of the most loved ways of playing ukulele is in the style of chord melody sometimes referred to as solo fingerpicking.
In this advanced style, you strum and pick the rhythm and melody of the song at the same time.
Today I give to you a free arrangement of O Shenandoah one of five chord melody arrangements I teach in the new 5 Chord Melody Songs course in Club Ukulele.
Watch the video and take a listen now.
I teach you how to play this song in the full video lesson in Club Ukulele but you can learn to play this song today with the sheet music and ukulele tab.
If you’re a beginner, you might be wondering if you can play this.
Keep in mind chord melody is an intermediate to advanced way of playing ukulele. However, this doesn’t mean you can’t start learning the skills required to play in the chord melody style. While this might be outside your reach now, by taking the right steps, you can play this one day.
Get the Full Lesson and More at Club Ukulele
If it’s your dream to fingerpick the ukulele and play chord melody, then, I’m here to help.
I teach you how to play this song and more in Club Ukulele.
If you’re a new ukulele player, then, I recommend starting with the Fingerpicking Essentials course in Club Ukulele where you build the foundations need to pick the ukulele. From there, explore several picking courses to develop the skills you need to play chord melody.
You have the exact steps you need in Club Ukulele – a monthly membership where you get access to a growing library of fresh new ukulele lessons each month all for you to go at your own pace.
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