Strum patterns

Christopher Davis-Shannon has a fabulous website I follow him on Instagram and he has some really good information and lessons for ukulele players.

Triplet strum

http://www.thetinman.co/triple-stroke/

His main site is http://www.thetinman.co/

Ukulele Mag had a Ukulele Lesson with Daniel Ward : Teaches You to Hold Down the Groove

http://www.ukulelemag.com/stories/daniel-ward-rhythm

http://www.ukulelemag.com

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Jennifer Lopez shares ukulele concert by daughter Emme and Alex Rodriguez’s girls Ella and Natasha

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-6534857/Jennifer-Lopez-shares-ukulele-concert-daughter-Emme-Alex-Rodriguezs-girls-Ella-Natasha.html

Ukulele site

Stumbling round  the net and found this site

http://www.ukeonthebrain.org.uk

They have their songbooks up as pdf’s available in standard and baritone aas well as left handed editions. Fabulous

Banjo

I know a few of us play more than uke. I found this when I was searching for a banjo book on this site https://www.frailingbanjo.com/

https://www.frailingbanjo.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/scalawags.pdf

G+ ukulele chords

Chords that have a +symbol are the same as an augmented chord, (Aug), the term in interchangable. On this site is a nice clear explaination, there is a

https://www.guitar-chords.org.uk/chord-theory/augmented-chords.html

“Technically speaking, an augmented chord is a major chord with a raised (sharpened) fifth. So for an augmented triad we would have the scale formula 1- 3 – #5. This equates to the notes C, E, G# for the C augmented chord.”

 

G+chord

Standard tuning GCEA

Below is the Baritone tuning from https://ukulele-chords.com/baritone/Gaug

G+chordbari

For mor information on aug or + chords have a read here

http://www.fretjam.com/augmented-guitar-chords.html