The ukulele chords are depicted on the chart grids as the four strings and a fretboard. The vertical lines represent the strings and the horizontal lines represent the fretboard. This acts like a visual diagram of what the ukulele looks like when held vertically.Are ukulele chords and guitar chords the same?
Answer Wiki. The shapes of the chords on the ukulele and the guitar are the same. However, since there are only four strings, the lowest string is tuned one octave higher. This prevents the lowest string from "booming"-- that is, the lowest note tends to be more noticeable, if you are playing only chords.How do you tune an ukulele?
Tune using a piano or keyboard. You press the keys and strum the corresponding strings, adjusting the knobs until the ukulele string pitch matches that of the key. Tune using a pitch pipe. You can use either a round chromatic pitch pipe or a pitch pipe made especially for the ukulele, which resembles a small pan pipe.What is ukulele music?
The ukulele is commonly associated with music from Hawaii where the name roughly translates as "jumping flea", perhaps because of the movement of the player's fingers.