Course: Hawaiian, Reggae, Flamenco Techniques
Skill Level: Intermediate Lessons
Instructor: Aldrine Guerrero
Oh yeah! Even a beginner like me can master one strum and three vamps to fool someone in a music shop!
I could play the C vamp. I’m a little slow in chord change, but its the first thing I ever played that sounds like a Hawaiiin song. Cool 🙂
This is great, but there is no such thing as a “27” (really communicate as II7). This is actually called a Secondary Dominant, known as “5-of-5” (or V/V). What he is playing is a V/V-V-I progression. That means you are playing a V chord of the V chord of the key that you are in. I know this is kind of a complicated concept, but please teach correct theory if you guys are going to count yourselves as a legitimate source for music lessons.
just a got a soprano ukelele and I’m excited thanks to your foolproof less than 10 min method.
Again a great tutorial.
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