In this week's episode of Uke Minutes, we tackle the explanation of Major Chords. Building on last week's explanation of Major Scales, once you've figured out the major scale for a certain note, you can easily find the major chord that goes along with it by playing the 1, 3, and 5 together ... simultaneously (and at the same time, too).

For an in-depth discussion on how chords are formed, check out the "How Do Chords Work?" post in our forum!

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What Should I Learn Next?
"Minor Scales & Chords"
"Chord Families"

Comments

  1. So would the A major scale (since I have my G tuned low) just be down along the A string on the fret board..or would you suggest another way?

  2. ahhh hahhh ten books and not one explained it so well. lots of charts and stuff but no these simple facts in a way I can understand

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