Is there an easier way to play E on ukulele?
How do you play E on ukulele with small hands?
To play the E major chord on ukulele in this fourth variation, place the middle finger at the 4th fret of the top g-string, ring finger at the 4th fret of the C-string, little finger at the 4th fret of the E-string, and index finger at the 2nd fret of the bottom A-string.
What chord can replace E on ukulele?
Ukulele E chord learning tip
If you are really (I mean really) struggling, you can try replacing the E chord with an Em or E7. I do not recommend it as it changes the tone of the song, but it can be helpful if you really want to play a certain song in the early stages.
What chord can I play instead of E?
A G chord is a good example, you get to leave your second finger where it was. Finally, and in my opinion the easiest way to play an E – simply bar all the strings at fret 4 with your first finger and then use your pinky to hold down fret 7 of the A string (help playing barre chords here).
Where is E on ukulele?
To play the E Major chord, place the index finger on the 1st fret of the top g-string, little finger on the 4th fret of the C-string, and middle finger on the 2nd fret of the bottom A-string. Let the other string ring open.
How do you play an E chord?
What is the E chord on a ukulele?
E Chord on Ukulele: E 2nd Position (v1)
- Index finger: 2nd fret of the A (1st) string.
- Middle finger: 4th fret of the G (4th) string.
- Ring finger: 4th fret of the C (3rd) string.
- Pinky finger: 4th fret of the E (2nd) string.