Learn to play an easy version of "Come Together" by The Beatles on Ukulele
This time on Songs Made Easy, you'll learn how to play "Come Together" by The Beatles. Aldrine teaches you how to play the 4 chords used in the song, including the same barre chord covered earlier in the SME: Waiting in Vain lesson. If you've struggled with How to Hold Barre Chords before, don't sweat. We have lots of resources that can help you pass the barre. On an episode of Ukulele Webcam Sessions, Matt offers some tips on positioning and pressure to help with fretting these chords. And in Week 7 of Ukulele 101, Aldrine covers barre chords in more detail. He shows you everything you need to know to master these tricky chords.
If you're looking for a slightly harder challenge, check out our "Come Together" Uke Lesson where Aldrine teaches you the song in it's original key. He also shows you a rockin' strumming pattern and a cool solo section. As an added bonus, the Play-Along features Aaron (The Voice) in all his three handed glory.
Stick around for more Songs Made Easy. We'll be streaming a new lesson every Thursday at 2:15 PM (HST). You're more than welcome to tune in LIVE and ask questions in the chat. We'll cover 3 songs a month, and on the fourth week we'll do a beginner jam session using the songs we taught earlier in the month.
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