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‘Ukulele Chord Shapes
“If you have questions about ukulele chords, Chord Shapes has the answers.” ~ James Hill

Meet The Author:

Brad Bordessa

Brad plays 'ukulele on the Big Island of Hawai'i. He writes original music, performs, and hunts unicorns - all with only an 'ukulele.

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  • Frank Oct 21, 2016, 4:01 am

    Thanks for the video Brad. Really like that song. Did you just tune your g string an octave lower than normal? You seem to have that one down nicely. I will have to try it. Are you playing a tenor ukulele? I was considering going to a baritone and tuning it to GCEA any advice would be helpful.

    • Brad Bordessa Oct 21, 2016, 12:57 pm

      Aloha Frank, I use what’s called a “low-G string.” It’s meant to be tuned an octave lower. A normal high-g will be super floppy at that pitch. Yes, playing a tenor. I haven’t tried tuning my baritone GCEA. You need special strings to make sure you aren’t putting too much tension on the instrument. ~Brad

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