Take your ukulele playing to the next level - fast! - with hundreds of fun exercises, drills and practice tunes.
You have a ukulele, you know just enough to be dangerous, and now you're ready to do something with it. You're in luck: Ukulele Exercises For Dummies helps you become a better player. This lay-flat, practice-based book focuses on the skills that entry-level players often find challenging and provides tips, tricks and plenty of cool exercises that will have you creating music in no time that include:
Creating rock-steady strumming patterns and rhythms
Becoming a better fingerpicker with patterns, arpeggio exercises, and solo fingerpicking pieces
Expanding your fretboard knowledge and crafting your own rock, blues and jazz riffs and solos
Playing actual songs on the ukulele - everything from the classic ukulele tunes to the 12 bar blues!
Downloadable audio files of the exercises found in the book, providing you with a self-contained practice package
No matter if you're a beginning ukulele player or you're wanting to stretch and improve your chops, Ukulele Exercises For Dummies puts you on your way to becoming a ukulele extraordinaire!
About the Author
Brett McQueen is a musician, songwriter and the founder of ukuleletricks.com, one of the most popular ukulele sites in the world, where he provides audio, video, and written instructional material (along with personalised feedback) to freshly minted ukulele fans everywhere. Alistair Wood is the man (the myth and the legend) behind ukulelehunt.com and the author of Ukulele For Dummies.
ISBN: 9781118506851 ISBN-10: 1118506855 Series: For Dummies Audience:
Number Of Pages: 252 Published: 5th April 2013 Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Dimensions (cm): 271.83 x 206.55
Edition Number: 1