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Hey UUers! It's time for another episode of Uke Minutes!
In this week's episode, Aldrine gives you all the ingredients you need for a good old-fashioned diminished chord. Basically it goes a-like-a-this:
1. Use the fretboard diagram to choose any note on your fretboard.
2. Place the diminished chord shape on your fretboard so that it covers that note on the string you chose.
3. Strum like a motherf-...father. Now you have the diminished chord for the note you picked (for example, if you chose the note Eb, you now have an Ebdim chord)!
Another cool thing about diminished chords is that a diminished chord on the ukulele repeats itself every 4 frets. So if you slide a Cdim chord up four frets, it's still a Cdim chord! Slide it up another for frets - Cdim again! Try it out, and if you have any other questions, feel free to post away in the Forum!
- We're getting closer to the final winner of the "All Things Reggae" contest ... keep your eyes peeled for the results! Have an awesome uke-filled weekend!